How to Create a Shared Dropbox Photo Folder?

Dropbox is a useful cloud service for keeping all your photos synced between your computers and the cloud. Creating a shared folder on Dropbox is easy. There are 2 ways to create a shared Dropbox folder for your photos. You can create a shared folder from the Dropbox website. And, another way is, you can create a shared folder on your Windows or Mac OS X computer. Just add your photos which you want to share to a folder in Dropbox on your computer and then right-click the folder. Select 'Dropbox' option and then select 'Share This Folder' option. This will automatically take you to the Dropbox website to enter the email address of your friends that you want to share the folder. Click 'Share folder' button. After doing this, you will see a written 'Shared folder' in front of the photo folder.

Here are the steps to Create a Shared Dropbox Photo Folder:

  1. Go to & sign in to your account. If you don't have an account, then create one.
  2. Click "Files" located at the left side of the window.
  3. You will see all your photo folders.
  4. click the drop-down menu beside the folder which you want to share.
  5. Click "Invite to folder" option.
  6. Enter the email addresses of the people you want to share the folder with.
  7. Enter a message to your photo folder.
  8. You will see 2 options i.e. "Can View" & "Can Edit".
  9. Select any one of the above 2 options. Add a message to photo folder.
  10. Click "Share Folder" button.
  11. Your photo folder will now be shared with others and you will see written "Shared folder" in front of the folder.

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