Once you sign in to your team space, you may see blue folders with a building icon. These are your team folders. Your admin has set these up to get your team started with Dropbox. If you’ve previously used Dropbox Basic, these special folders will be a new addition to getting organized.
Think of team folders as hubs for sharing content with your coworkers. When you add a file to a team folder, it’s automatically available to all members of the group or groups associated with that folder. Admins can invite others outside the group to view or edit specific files and subfiles, or limit access to its contents. While team folders will be set up and managed by your admin, you can also create your own shared folders (don’t worry, we’ll get into these in the next chapter).