How to Collaborate with Others by Sharing Dropbox folder from Android?

You can share Dropbox folders from the website or from any mobile device, computer or tablet. If you want to share folders from Android phone, download and install 'Dropbox' folder on your Android phone and open the app. You will see all your photo and video folders. There are many ways to tap 'Invite people to collaborate'. You can either press and hold the folder to tap it or tap 'Down arrow' icon located in front of the folder. You can also open folder and tap 'Share' icon located at the top right corner on the screen.

Following are the steps to Collaborate with Others by Sharing Dropbox folder from Android Phone:

  1. Go to & sign in to your account.
  2. Download "Dropbox" app on your iPad from the App store & launch it.
  3. Open "Dropbox" app on your iPad.
  4. You will see all your photo / video folders.
  5. Open the folder which you want to share.
  6. Tap "Share" icon located at the top right corner on the screen.
  7. Tap "Invite people to collaborate" option.
  8. Enter the email addresses of the people you want to invite and add personal message.
  9. Tap "Send" icon located at the top right corner on the screen.
  10. This is how you can collaborate with others by sharing Dropbox folder from Android phone.

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