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How to Share your folders with others in Gmail

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Gmail is built on the idea that email can be more intuitive, efficient, and useful. You can also share your files and folders in Gmail. This post will show you how to share your folders with others. You can also control the access of those folders without being accessed by members other than you have shared.
lets us see how to do this.
To create a folder Click on the “Create new” and then select the “folder” option in that drop-down menu.

Enter the name of your “folder” and click on the save button.

To add items to the shared folders you can drag doc from Docs list to the folder. You can also select the check box next to the item in the question and click folder from the “Folders” drop-down list.

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To share your folders with others, Just Click “My folders” in the navigation pane on the left of your docs, select the folder you would like to share, Click the “share” drop-down menu and select “Invite people“.

Enter the e-mail addresses that you would like to permit access for your folders and Click Send to send them an e-mail with a link to your folders.
Click “Add without sending Invitation“, if you don’t want to send them the notification.

You need to note a thing while doing this, when you share a folder, the new permissions are pushed to all sub-folders and docs within the folder. Normally this happens quickly, but occasionally, it could take a couple of minutes.

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Siddartha is a Blogger from India. He is currently pursuing Masters in MIS and he loves writing about technology. You can follow him on Twitter | Facebook | Google+. You can subscribe to GadgetCage RSS Feed or Email Notifications.

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