Create a Whitelabel OneDrive playlist

Step-by-step guide

As a Whitelabel Partner, you can create a OneDrive playlist for your customers. The first thing that we need to do is create a Microsoft account.

Please follow the below steps to accomplish that:

  1. Create a Microsoft/Live/Office365/account (or use an existing one).
  2. Visit App Registrations in Azure and click the ‹New registration›button:OneDrive App Creation step 0
  3. Fill in the basic facts: ‹ Name ›; ‹ Supported account types ›; ‹ Redirect URI ›. ( All points of interest are marked with orange.) The Namevalue will be our App nameand click ‹Register›

    Supported account types

    💡Please ensure you pick the “supported account types” option that includes “Any Azure AD directory” and “personal Microsoft accounts”! The options might be more than three or in a different order.

  4. Write down the Application ( client ) idbecause it is our App keyOneDrive App
  5. Enter the Certificates & Secretssection and click New client secret. Enter a Descriptionand select when it Expires; click Add.
  6. Write down the Valueof the client’s secret because it is our App secret.
  7. Remember to refresh!

    ‣ Remember to create a new client secret before this one expires and update the relevant ‹yconsole→Partners→Site Connection (3PS)›record with the newly created app secret.
    ‣ This is your only chance to copy the value of the client’s secret; if you move away from this page and later return, you won’t ever see the value again.

  8. Go to your Yconsole and create a yconsole→ Partners→ Site Connection (3PS)record for the new app, choosing your Site , onedriveas Providerand enter the relevant App key›, ‹App secret›and ‹App name›.  Press Save.
  9. Back to Azure: enter the Brandingsection and click ‹Configure a domain›:
    Fill in ‹Publisher domain(in our example, we used the “”) and click ‹Verify and save Domain›. If there was no mistake in creating the Site Connection (3PS) record and the server is internet-accessible, this step will work automatically.
  10. You should be done.