Recently I tested out Azure Web Host with Dropbox Deployment. Azure automatically update my Dropbox Folder. But how do I share the folder with my team?
It seems like, I can share link to view only, but can't collaborate with my team.
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Azure deployed to an App in Dropbox. Can't share the App Folder!
In the meantime, could you show me how to deploy Azure web host to a Normal Sharefolder in Dropbox?
Supposing you're the Team Admin you should be able to do this normally @swyoke!
For more information on how to connect Azure and Dropbox please take a look at this Help Center article.
If you stumble upon an issue or problem with this, please let me know. Thank you!
I didn't think App folders could be shared. Has this changed for Business accounts? Note that @swyoke is referring to a folder created by a linked application and stored in the Apps folder that Dropbox creates.
On personal accounts, such folders cannot be shared. Is that different for Business accounts?
Good point @Rich - this is also valid for Business accounts (I got carried away thinking that they might have created a normal folder in that way.)
In any case, I just wanted to point out that there is a way to connect Azure to Dropbox and this is how. If @swyoke has an issue with Azure itself they might need to reach out to Microsoft and ask for more information from them on this directly.
Nope, none of the above solves the problem! Looks like Azure AD - Dropbox are only good for Single User use, not Team !
Thanks again for your time to address this problem.
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