Sharing a Folder:

In the folder tree to the left, hover your mouse over the folder you wish to share.

  1. Click the dropdown icon to the right of the name.
  2. Click Share Folder.
  3. You will then be presented with a number of options on how to share this folder. You can quickly grab a quick link to that folder with download capabilities.
  4. Copy the link and share it as you wish.
    Other options include emailing a link from the system, getting bulk embed links and sharing with other applications.

Sharing a Collection of Files:

  1. You first will need to create a collection. Collections are unique to users and are a great tool to personally organize and share files within the Library. Here is an article explaining that process.
  2. Click Share on the bottom collection bar.
  3. You will then be presented with a number of options on how to share this folder. You can quickly grab a quick link to that folder with download capabilities.
  4. Copy the link and share it as you wish.

Sharing Multiple files:

  1. Select the files you want to share by checking the box in their upper left corner of the thumbnail. 
  2. Click Share on the top selection bar that appears.
  3. You will then be presented with a number of options on how to share these files. You can quickly grab a quick link to that folder with download capabilities.
  4. Copy the link and share it as you wish.

Sharing a Single File:

  1. Hover over the thumbnail and click on the Share icon.
  2. You will then be presented with a number of options on how to share this file. You can quickly grab a quick link to that folder with download capabilities.
  3. Copy the link and share it as you wish.

Some ways you can edit all the sharable links:
-- Make it view only, which will require the user to request the files they desire.
--Turn the tracking on so that the recipient will need to provide additional information before downloading; Name, email, company and intended use.
-- Set an expiration date on the link.
-- Customize the URL.

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