In the not-so-distant past to share a document, you would 1. create a document 2. email a copy of the document 3. merge the updated copy 4. add -final.docx to the end of your document. The future is here, no more messy document merges and final, final v1, final v2.
From your personal OneDrive select New > New Word Document (for example).
Just like that, you have a document. When you’re ready to share, you have a few different options.
Select the Share Link in the upper right corner of the word document. A dialog will appear, enter an email to the person or person you wish to share with, include a simple message and send.
Select the share link from the upper right corner of the Word document, click “copy link,” boom now you have an edit link ready to share via text or your favorite messaging platform.
Create a new email, select “attach,” then choose “browse cloud locations,” choose your file, “share as a OneDrive link.” Send your email done.
Just like that, you’ve created a collaborative document – shared with one or many people. You can have up to 10 simultaneous editors with Microsoft 365.