Hello fellow Dropbox users..
I am the team admin on a business account. We have implemented a folder structure across our team. Includes folders and sub-folders. We would now like to "lock" our new folder struture, while still allowing team members to accessall folders and sub-folders. We need team members to be able to upload, download, edit and save files within the folders and sub-folders. Is this possible?
Our main goal is to prevent team members from accidiently moving or dragging folders or sub-folders into the wrong place.
Do any fellow team admins have any tips for business accounts?
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I am currently watching several hundred GB of files being moved because a member made the mistake of moving a folder into a new folder.
Locking the structure is essential when working with a large team
Hey @goldencat, thanks for nudging us on this thread.
I understand that you're referring to folders not being moved, but you can also check out our file locking feature, which prevents a file from being edited.
In any case, if you have any other questions or feedback for us, don't hesitate to give us a shout. Thanks!
Dear Dropbox users:
I am glad using Dropbox.
It is a great tool, too easy to use.
It is common to move folders by accident.
Later, it is difficult to restore the original folder structure.
Question: Is there a way not to allow folders to be moved?
Thank you very much for your help.
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