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Organizing Your Team

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There are lots of different ways to organize your Team. As an Admin, you’ll know what suits your company best, but here’s some tips on how to get started.
  • With the new Dropbox Business, your team shares a team space. Everyone on your team can access the team space, and everyone sees the same folder structure. You have Team Folders, and your own team member folder. You can find out more here on our Help Center. Read more…
  • You can organize members of your team into groups. Share a folder or file with a group to grant access automatically to all group members. There are 2 types of groups, Company-managed groups and User-managed groups. Find out more on our Help Center. Read more…


Got any advice for new Admins from your own setup? We’d love to hear it, just post below!
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Re: Organizing Your Team

Great tips!

Ed G
Community Manager @ Dropbox

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