You can share files and folders internally with people who are on the Cloud by sharing it with them directly or through a group/circle they are a member of.
You can also share files/folders with people who do not have accounts.
Note: Normally you will want to create the file in the correct folder. For example, a file that is to be shared with everyone can be created in the folder “00 General” so that everyone has access to it, and you will not need to share it again. An other example is a file for a working group. It should be created in the folder of that working group which is already shared with the working groups circle.
First, go to the files menu to see an overview of the files you have access to.
Below is a small piece of the file and directory listing.
It shows three folders: “Webpage elements”, “Testfolder” and “ShellMustFall”. Depending on where you click different things might happen so below is an annotated image.
So to share a file or folder click on either the blue or light blue part of the row.
Then you will see the following menu:
Lets share the folder internally with a Tech circle. This means that everyone in the tech circle has access to this folder.
Note: if you create a file in a folder that is already correctly shared, you do not need to share the newly created file again. People who have access to the folder have access to the file as well.
After we have shared the folder we want to check the permissions. For example if we do not want the people in the Tech circle to delete the file, we will have to uncheck the “Can delete” box. As you can see you can also unshare the Tech circle here.
Once you have shared the file or folder point to it by creating an Internal Share link
If you want to share the folder/file with someone that does not have a Cloud account you can create a share link. You can send this link to anyone and they don’t even need to log in!
As you can see you can create a “Read Only” link which allows people to read or download the files in this folder.
A cool feature is the “File drop” if you only want people to submit their files and not see what is in the folder (great if you want people to send you some stuff!).
You can even create more share links, one for reading and one for uploading. And even password protect them. To get the actual link click “Copy link” button of the correct share link!