How to give people edit access to your Dropbox files?

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Giving 'can-edit' access to people means that you are giving them the permission to add and edit items in your Dropbox folder.  This permission is handy when it comes to sharing large video or photos files or any other files where you need others to add items. It is useful when you are working in a team or a group and where each member has something to add to the folder. If you are looking for a step by step process to give people edit access to your Dropbox files, follow the process below

If you give people edit access to a folder in your Dropbox, it becomes a shared folder. Changes to the contents of these shared folders are synced to everyone who has access to the shared folder.

People with edit access can:
  • edit files
  • comment on files
  • and view files
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