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You can share a folder many ways. 

Publicly

  • Does not require the user you want to share with to have a FileCloud account.
  • Share a folder with everyone with or without restrictions.
  • Share a folder with everyone and require a password.

Privately

  • Does require the user you want to share with to have a FileCloud account.
  • You can invite someone to create a FileCloud account so you can share with them.
  • Share a folder with all FileCloud users with or without restrictions.
  • Share a folder with specific FileCloud users with or without restrictions.


In the User Portal, you can click on the root folder, My Files, and select Share. This is a security threat and should not be allowed.

In FileCloud Server version 19.1 and later:

  • In the User Portal, when you click on the root folder, My Files, you will no longer have the Sharing option!



What do you want to do?

  Watch a video on folder sharing

   Share a Folder Publicly No FileCloud account required.

  Share a Folder Privately FileCloud account required.

Configure other sharing options

Set Restrictions on Downloads

Set an Upload Size Limit


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