I'm not sure which is worse: the fact that a useful feature was removed, or that we're pulling our hair out trying to find it.
Here are some work arounds.
(This description applies to the Mac, I'm hoping a PC user will add the how to for the PC)
This solution is for online browsing. It's not ideal but it should work.
Caution: since the folder name is changed you may need to resend the share invitation out to your friends again. Ideally you will always rename a folder before your share it and rename it again after you unshare it.
before I wrote my reply the discussion thread had been labeled solved. But the solutiuon: "It no longer exists." is NOT a solution, in my opinion.
It no longer exists. You'll need to locate each share in your main list of folders and manage them from there.
This is a good answer and probably correct but it can't be called a solution in my opinion. Thanks all the same. I submitted a couple of work arounds. Hope it's helpful .
Thank you Bthom. My drop box is made up of nested folders going several folders deep for most. Either your solution does not work in this situation or I am not understanding clearly how to apply your solution. Thanks. Steve
Not solved at all. Please reinstate this feature, as it is essential for user maintenance and security.
Bring back the Feature or a Search function.
With 000's of folders it was just plain silly to remove such a feature.
Not sure why everyone says this feature is missing. It is still there. On dropbox.com click on "Files" at the top left. Then click on "Sharing" at the top left. You now see a list of all shared folders and files in the middle of the screen. Am I crazy?
@Brian C.62 wrote:
Not sure why everyone says this feature is missing. It is still there.
Look again. That page shows all the shared folders that you can add to your Dropbox. It does not show shared folders that are already in your Dropbox.
The page that shows all current shared folders in your Dropbox no longer exists.
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