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Take Control of Dropbox, 2nd Edition by Joe Kissell

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Collaborate with Others

Sharing a folder, as discussed in Invite Someone to a Dropbox Folder, is one form of collaboration. In this chapter, however, I talk about four relatively new collaboration features that go beyond simple folder sharing: sharing files with a team (described next); and how to Work with Comments, Use Dropbox Paper, and Request Files. These capabilities are especially useful for coworkers who use Dropbox but don’t necessarily subscribe to Dropbox Business.

Share Files with a Team

The Dropbox team feature enables coworkers to share folders with less friction and more control than conventional folder sharing. People who are part of a team get the following features:

  • A team folder: This folder is automatically shared with ...

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