Share on dropbox.com
- Sign in to dropbox.com.
- Click All Files in the left column.
- Hover over the item you’d like to share.
- Click the share icon (person) that appears.
- Type the email or name of the person, people, or group you’d like to share with.
- Select Can edit from the dropdown menu.
- Click Share file or Share folder.
Sign in to dropbox.com, and find the file you’d like to share. Hover over the file, and click the Share button that appears. Enter the email addresses of the people you want to invite, and click Send. Or, you can copy the link and paste it into an email, chat, or whatever you’re using to communicate.
If you’re having trouble sharing a folder, it’s possible that the people you’re sharing with don’t have enough space to accept the invite. If you’re having trouble joining a shared folder that someone invited you to, it’s possible the folder is larger than the remaining available space on your account.
Share a folder, drive, or printer
- Right-click the folder or drive you want to share.
- Click Properties. …
- Click Share this folder.
- In the appropriate fields, type the name of the share (as it appears to other computers), the maximum number of simultaneous users, and any comments that should appear beside it.
Can I give someone access to my Dropbox?
How do I invite people to view my files? If you need someone to be able to see your files, but not edit them, you can send them a link to that file, or you can give them view-only permissions. When you share a link with someone, they can view the file or folder on dropbox.com.
The shared link expires at 11:59 PM on the day you choose, based on your time zone. Click Save for the expiration date to be applied to the link.
On the Dropbox desktop app
- Open the Dropbox folder in File Explorer (Windows) or Finder (Mac).
- Right-click or command-click the file or folder you’d like to share.
- Click Share….
- Type the Email, name, or group of the person (or people) you’d like to share with, and click to select them from the results.
Can I download files from Dropbox without an account?
See how Dropbox makes syncing files easy. Can I receive shared files when I don’t have a Dropbox account? You don’t need a Dropbox account to view the files in a shared link, and you can download those files to your computer. Files that you download from a shared link won’t sync with Dropbox if you edit them.
Right-click on the folder and click Properties from the menu bar. Go to Sharing tab and click on “Advanced Sharing “ option. … Next, select Permissions and select the Allow box for “Full Control“ to set Full Control permission for everyone that lets you share the folder with everyone.
A shared folder in Dropbox is any folder that you’ve invited other people to view or edit—even if they’re outside your team or don’t have a Dropbox user account. Anyone with shared folder access can see all the files in that folder, but nothing else outside of that folder.
You can share files with anyone, including people without Dropbox accounts, by sharing a link to any file or folder. … Shared links are view-only, and by default anyone with the link can view and download its contents. Dropbox Professional and Dropbox Business customers can add passwords and expirations to shared links.