How to share Dropbox folders with other people on a Windows device?

There are times when you want people to add items to your DropBox folder. To accomplish this you can just share the Dropbox folder with them and give them 'can-edit' permission. Can-edit permissions enable members to add and edit files to your folder. Here's how you can share Dropbox folders with other people on a Windows device:

Windows Phone
  1. Tap the folder you'd like to share.
  2. Tap Share.
  3. Tap Invite to Folder.
  4. Enter the email addresses of the people you'd like to invite, or tap the plus (+) icon to select a contact from the People app.
  5. Under 'These people' choose 'Can edit'.
  6. Add a message about the files and tap Send.
Windows Tablet
  1. Tap on the folder you want to share to open it.
  2. Tap … (ellipses icon)
  3. Tap Share.
  4. Tap Invite to Folder.
  5. Enter the email addresses of the people you'd like to invite, or tap the plus (+) icon to select a contact from the People app.
  6. Under These people, choose Can edit.
  7. Add a message about the files and tap 'Send'.

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