Dropbox Groups


This article is designed to guide Dropbox users to an understanding of Dropbox Groups.

Dropbox Groups are available only to faculty and staff to request and administer. Students can be group members only.

Why would I want a Dropbox Group?

A Dropbox Group allows the Dropbox user to share their data with a group rather than with individuals. This can be useful, as the group owner can delegate management of the group membership to other individuals. A Dropbox Group is suited to smaller working units, sharing data with the group, whose membership changes regularly.

Where to go for support

If you have any additional questions about Dropbox Groups, please create a request ticket on the Dropbox Support service page.

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