We’re excited to announce that recently we shipped Directory Restrictions—a new setting that allows Dropbox Business admins to hide individual team members from the team contacts directory.
Admins can now add team members to a list of members with Directory Restrictions in the admin console or via the Dropbox Business API. Members who have been added to this list do not appear in the team contacts directory, which effectively hides them from the /team page and other team members’(default) contact suggestions for sharing and commenting. This is useful as some admins need to keep the identities of VIPs, service accounts, support admins, or external vendors out of sight from the rest of the team.
Dropbox Business admins can find the feature in the Settingspage of the admin console.
For our developer audience, this feature is also available via the Dropbox Business API. The following endpoints have been modified:
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