You can send other people a link to your file so anyone with the link can use it. When you share a link to a file, your name will be visible as the owner of the file. … To decide what people can do with your file when you share it, select an option. Learn more about how others view, comment, or edit files.
Link sharing is a way to conveniently share large files—that you normally wouldn’t be able to send via email attachment or mobile device—by sending a link that points to your file or content stored in the cloud. A link sharing app is the file transfer app or portal used to create the shared links that you would send.
Creating a shareable link makes it simple to share a document in an email, document, or IM.
- Select Share.
- Select Copy Link.
- Paste the link wherever you want. Note: If you need to change any permissions for the link, select Link settings.
Sharing links on Facebook is one of the primary ways people use the social network. Instead of just showing the full URL, Facebook will pull data from the linked page to display a title, description, image, and domain name.
Open the menu button at the top right and choose Options. Tap Link sharing followed by Delete link.
Link Sharing is also an app, so you can also go to Settings > Apps > Link Sharing > Disable to turn it off.
Share Links are URLs of your files or folders. When share links are enabled, your resource is set to public. In this state, you can distribute your share link in emails, social media platforms, on your website, etc… and anyone who sees the link can access your resource.
Share a link:
- In a shared drive, choose an option: …
- At the top, click Share .
- (Optional) To specify what people can do with your file or folder when you share it, under your organization name, click Change: …
- Click Copy link.
- Click Done.
- Paste the link in an email, on a website, or wherever you need to share it.
To do this, in your Box files view, hover over the row of the file or folder you wish to share. On the right, click Share. The Share window opens. In the Share window, under Invite People, click Add names or email addresses.
How do I create a local URL?
Creating a Link to an Existing Local File
- Highlight the text (or image) that you would like to turn into a link.
- Click the Create Hyperlink icon (Figure) in the toolbar. …
- Select Link to a file.
- Click Next. …
- Select Existing local file, and click Next.
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.