Sharing options in Office 365

Sharing options in Office 365

Sharing options in Office 365

Creates a link that will then work with whoever has it sent to them

Creates a link that will only work if you sign in using a Trust email account

People with existing access

Useful to reshare a file you’ve moved but retain the same permissions

Specific People

Will need people you specify to sign in with their email address that you sent to -this is what you need to share outside the organization

Allow editing

Sets if others can edit the document or only read it

Block Download

Would prevent someone with access downloading the file and then sharing it to a wider group – useful for very sensitive info

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