How do you See who You've Shared Folders With in Dropbox?

By Matthew Guay - Published May 19, 2017 -

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It's easy to share files and folders with others in Dropbox—that's the best reason to use it. But it's easy to add people to a folder then forget who you've invited.

Want to make sure you're only sharing files with the people you want? Here's how to see who you're sharing with in Dropbox.

Find Who You've Shared a Dropbox Folder With

See Dropbox folder collaborators
Just hover over a folder's Member text to see the collaborators

To find who you've shared a folder with, you'll need to open the Dropbox web app. Go to, sign into your account, and you'll see a icon with two people icons on each shared folder—and the number of people you've shared the folder with on the right.

Just hover over that text, and Dropbox will show the names of the people who the folder is shared with.

Edit Dropbox folder sharing options

That's enough for to jog your memory. Want to change the folder, perhaps removing one of the collaborators or adding a new one? Click the Share button, then tap the menu beside each collaborator's name to edit the sharing permissions.

See All of Your Shared Dropbox Files and Folders

Dropbox Sharing
Dropbox shows all of your shared files and folders in one place

Or, you can see all of your Dropbox shared files and folders together at once. Just to go—or click the Sharing link in the Dropbox web app sidebar. There you'll see all of your shared files and folders, and can edit any of them directly. Or, you can create a new shared folder to share more stuff.

Now, the next time you're wondering who you've shared files with in Dropbox, you'll know how to find it.

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Published May 19, 2017

Question asked by Jon

Answer written by Zapier writer Matthew Guay


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