How to Share Photo Folder from Dropbox Website on Mac?

Dropbox allows you to invite people to share your photo folder. You can either invite people to folders from 'Files' page or from the 'Sharing' page. You can create a Shared folder and share it with other people. To create a new  shared folder, click 'New Shared Folder' button located at the top of the page. You will see 'Options' link to invite more people to an existing shared folder. If people accepts your invitation, then the shared folder will appear in the person's Dropbox account.

Here are the steps to Share Photo Folder from Dropbox Website with others on Mac:

  1. Go to & sign in to your account.
  2. Once you have signed in to your account, go to your list of files and folders.
  3. Select the folder which you want to share.
  4. Hover the cursor over the folder's name and select it. (clicking on the folder name or icon will open the folder instead)
  5. Click "Invite people to collaborate" to give others access to the photos in your folder.
  6. Enter the email addresses of the people which you want to invite.
  7. You can add personal message and click "Share folder" button.
  8. This is how you can share photo folder from Dropbox website with others on Mac.

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