I have shared a folder with a user. The user can see the folder in the Shared view in his (some recent version of IE/Edge) browser. The user has not added the folder to his dropbox account. Under the elipsis, the user has the option to remove the folder, but not to "View folder".
For another user using Safari, who also has not added the folder to his Dropbox account, the view folder option is available and allows that user to navigate down into the folder and see all of its content.
Is there a dropbox user setting that governs this behavior, browser compatibility issues, or something else that explains this; and a solution.
I am pretty certain that the user does NOT have space to add the folder, and the user does not want to add it. He wants to be able to navigate into and access individual files in the folder. Perhaps that is not allowed without the capacity to add?
If that is true and if the user has the capacity to add, then I assume that a user can look into a shared folder and see all of its contents without adding it and without, therefore, having the size of the folder count against his data limit?
Will the recipient of the link be able to navigate the folder's structure, see file thumbnails and upload to their desktop the files they want. I understand that changes the user makes to the files will not be synced.