Next time you log in to Dropbox on the web, you’ll notice a new ‘Share’ button. We’ve added this button to make it even easier for you to share your stuff from Dropbox.
Inviting people to collaborate
Let’s say you’re going on a trip with some friends and want to keep multiple travel guides in one place, and let everyone edit the group’s itineraries. Instead of emailing attachments back and forth in a messy thread, you can just create a shared folder and invite your friends to collaborate. When they accept the invite,
This post will be as quick and simple as the feature, we promise:
Once upon a time, we came up with a cool new way to share links. But after our team used it for a while (believe it or not, we use Dropbox here pretty frequently), we didn’t think it was quite there.
So we made it faster! Now when you want to share a link to any doc, photo, folder, or any of your stuff in Dropbox, just right-click it, and select “Share Dropbox Link”. A second later you’ll get a bubble telling you the link is in your clipboard.
We’re super excited to announce a whole new way to share: now you can send a link to the files or folders in your Dropbox!
Sharing with friends and family is easy! Once you’ve saved that video of your niece’s birthday party to Dropbox, just make a link to send to grandma and she can simply watch online — no download required. This saves you the hassle of having to re-upload or attach it to an email.
Anyone with the link gets access to a snazzy page where they can view (but not edit) your stuff.