How to share projects in Dropbox Replay

Updated Nov 08, 2023
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Dropbox Replay is available to all Dropbox users on dropbox.com. The Dropbox Replay Add-On is a paid feature available to customers on Dropbox Plus, Essentials, Professional, Standard, Business, Advanced, Business Plus, and Enterprise.

Once you add files or create projects in Dropbox Replay, you can share them with collaborators. You can also manage sharing permissions, viewer and comment access, download ability, and password protection. Admins have access to all Replay team files and projects. Learn more about Dropbox Replay admin control features.
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Note: Password protection is a paid feature included in the Dropbox Replay Add-On.

How to share files in Dropbox Replay

To share a video, image, or audio file in Dropbox Replay:

  1. Log in to dropbox.com.
  2. Click the grid icon in the upper left.
  3. Click Replay from the menu that appears.
    • Note: Dropbox Replay will open in a new tab.
  4. Hover over the thumbnail or in the row of the file you’d like to share.
  5. Click “” (ellipsis) in the upper right.
  6. Click Share from the menu that appears.
    • Note: You can change all your file permissions from your Links tab in the Dropbox Replay Add-On.
  7. Select recipient access: 
    • View and comment: Collaborators can view the file and comments, and can add comments of their own.
    • View only: Collaborators can view the file, but can’t see or add comments.
      • Note: Click the gear icon to require a password, enable downloads, or enable link access.
  8. Click Send or Copy link.
  9. Paste the link where you’d like to share it.
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Note: Links to files will display the title of the file as well as a thumbnail preview and a short description of Dropbox Replay.

How to share projects in Dropbox Replay

To share a project folder in Dropbox Replay:

  1. Log in to dropbox.com.
  2. Click the grid icon in the upper left.
  3. Click Replay from the menu that appears.
    • Note: Dropbox Replay will open in a new tab.
  4. Hover over the thumbnail or in the row of the folder you’d like to share.
  5. Click “” (ellipsis) in the top-right corner.
  6. Click Add people from the menu that appears.
  7. Enter the emails of the people you’d like to add.
    • Notes: 
      • Adding users to a project gives them control over the whole project and everything in it. 
      • You can only add a user to your project via email. 
  8. Add a message, if you’d like.
  9. Choose Edit or View and comment, depending on the permissions you’d like to grant.
  10. Click Add.

Your collaborator will receive an email invitation to open your project. If you’d like to collaborate on a project in real time, start a live review session instead. How to use live review in Dropbox Replay.

How to enable or disable link access to your shared file 

To enable link access to your shared file:

  1. Log in to dropbox.com.
  2. Click the grid icon in the upper left.
  3. Click Replay from the menu that appears.
    • Note: Dropbox Replay will open in a new tab.
  4. Open the file you’d like to enable link access to.
  5. Click Share in the top-right corner.
  6. Click the gear icon. 
  7. Toggle Enable link access on or off.
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Note: To turn all your shared links on or off, click the View and comment or View only tabs.

How to delete a user from your project

To delete a user from your project:

  1. Log in to dropbox.com.
  2. Click the grid icon in the upper left.
  3. Click Replay from the menu that appears.
    • Note: Dropbox Replay will open in a new tab.
  4. Click their avatar (profile picture or initials) at the bottom of the project thumbnail. 
  5. Click the dropdown menu next to their name.
  6. Click Remove.
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Note: To make sure someone can’t access any files in a project, turn off all your shared links under the View and comment or View only tabs. You can also password-protect your files and project to prevent access with the Dropbox Replay Add-On feature.

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