Several file explorer suggestions
- Get the whole path in the heading.
- Enable drag and drop of attachments from outlook into SharePoint folder.
- Reduce idle-time for opening each folder.
- Enable saving email attachment into SharePoint.
- Enable browsing pictures in SharePoint by clicking the next picture in the photo viewer. Open each picture is time consuming.
- Enable "save as" in SharePoint in different SharePoint folder.
- Enable cut-paste, and copy, documents in Sites to new folder.
- Enable open document, edit, rename, and save in different location.
- Enable in excel to save document in other folder than the one it was opened from.
Reid Culp commented
Please add tabs to File Explorer like a typical internet browser. What's really the difference between the two?
When I save the attachment via Outlook to SharePoint as described on this page. How can I remove the location I added to Quick access as this location doesn't show in Windows Explorer Quick access.
You can save into SharePoint from any office application. If you have windows 10, there is a new quick access feature. Folow these steps:
1. Go to outlook and locate an email with attachment
2. Click on the dropdown for the attachment > Save As
3. Enter the URL where your SharePoint site is located (e.g. https://site.sharpepoint.com for office 365)
4. Once the site loads, right click Quick Access in the side bar > Add current folder to quick access
Now, whenever you want to save an attachment to SharePoint, just use the link from quick access. This also works when you want to attach a file from SharePoint as well, but it's a bit counter intuitive, as you need to select "Attach File" > "Browse this PC" then select the link under quick access to browse SharePoint.
This will also work if you just create a shortcut on your desktop to the SharePoint site (Right click > New > Shortcut) and follow the same steps as above when attaching a file, but go to your desktop and double click on the shortcut, then browse for your file.