It is not possible to export the images from Lightroom to OneDrive in Windows 10.
So for a workaround you may export the images from Lr to your computer and then to OneDrive.
Or also you may use the Plugin : http://www.newpproducts.com/lightroom-plug-ins/photo-upload/
Please let us know if it helps.
Thanks very much for the information. I trust adobe are working on a fix. I am happy with the work around for now. I may look at the plug in as well.Thank youIan
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Is there any information on when this bug will be fixed? It's kind of a big deal.
Is this bug being taken care of?
I also have the problem, and I noticed that OneDrive DOES work, with folders that were marked as "accessible off-line" in previous versions of Windows. In my case, I marked a few folders as such in Wondows 8.1, and those folders still work. However, another I try to save to does not.
Since OneDrive os my main save and backup solution, I find this very annoying.
It is still in progress, and being checked by the team.
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I have suffered with this problem for so long. It seems that the check Lightroom is using to determine if the folder is writable is invalid because Lightroom can write to the folder if it actually tried. To prove this simply choose the option in the export dialog that says "Choose Folder Later". When you click export it will give you a browse dialog. Just select the folder that Lightroom said was not writable anyway. Lightroom will now gladly write to this folder with no problem. So my workaround has been to use this method which bypasses the flawed 'Is Writable' check.
The original post was marked as answered but that answer is incorrect. Lightroom can write to OneDrive folders in Windows 10. I do this everyday with the aforementioned workaround. Also, as NicRacinePhoto mentioned, it does work in the traditional way if you choose an older folder.
Thank you for taking the time to put that workaround up, it worked a charm.
I find Adobe to be maybe not anti-Microsoft, but certainly not pro-MS. I guess the Adobe community as a whole is pro-Mac.