How to share Dropbox folders with other people on an Android phone?

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Dropbox is a very good cloud storage option for people working in teams and groups. If you constantly require to share or collaborate on files from time to time, you need a file syncing feature that lets you configure a collaborative shared file space. Dropbox does that beautifully. It is simple to set up and can obviously save you hours of time. Here's a step by step process to share Dropbox folders with other people on an Android phone:

  1. Open the Dropbox Android app on your Android device.
  2. Find the folder you want to share.
  3. Tap the downward arrow.
  4. Tap Share.
  5. Enter the email addresses of the people you'd like to have edit access.
  6. Under These people, choose Can edit.
  7. Add a message about the files and tap Send.

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