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How to find out which email addresses I sent the shared folder invitation to?

How to find out which email addresses I sent the shared folder invitation to?

neillan6
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hello, everyone.

 

Does anyone know how to find out which email addresses I previously (around 7 years ago) sent the shared folder inviation to?

 

Many thanks.

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Megan
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Hi @neillan6, let's jump right into this! 

 

The only way for you to achieve that is to access your shared folders one by one, and check the members that you have on each folder.

 

Of course you'd need to have the shared folder in your Dropbox account still active, up to this day.

 

If you're using our website, you can then hover over the folder you’d like to check and click the “…” (ellipsis). Click Share then lastly click Who can access on the top part.

 

You should be able to see your members there, along with their emails.

 

I hope this clarifies!


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Megan
Dropbox Staff
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Hi @neillan6, let's jump right into this! 

 

The only way for you to achieve that is to access your shared folders one by one, and check the members that you have on each folder.

 

Of course you'd need to have the shared folder in your Dropbox account still active, up to this day.

 

If you're using our website, you can then hover over the folder you’d like to check and click the “…” (ellipsis). Click Share then lastly click Who can access on the top part.

 

You should be able to see your members there, along with their emails.

 

I hope this clarifies!


Megan
Community Moderator @ Dropbox
dropbox.com/support


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neillan6
Explorer | Level 4
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It worked.

 

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