How to give people edit access to your Dropbox files on a Windows Computer?

Sharing family photos and videos via email is not always possible all the time. Sending photos and videos as an email attachment have a size limitation. So, in order to share large photo files and video files with your family members, you can give them edit access to your Dropbox files. The 'Can edit' access allows them to add and edit items in your DropBox folder (that you share). Here's how you can give people edit access to your Dropbox files on a Windows Computer:

  1. If you haven't already,  install the Dropbox desktop app.
  2. Open your Dropbox folder.
  3. Right-click the folder you want to share.
  4. Select Share…
  5. Select Share... on a Windows computer
  6. Enter the email addresses of the people you want to invite.
  7. Select Can edit from the pull-down menu.
  8. Select Can edit
  9. Add a message about the files and click Invite.

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