Some teams have access to the new team folder structure. If you see a purple folder icon with one person on it on dropbox.com, you have access to the new team space. Learn more about the team space.
If you don’t have this purple folder, your team has standard team folders. Keep reading to learn more.
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Team folders help your members stay organized and get in sync. Team folders are created by an admin, and are a company-owned place to share files with team members and outside contributors working on the same projects.
In this article you'll learn how to:
- Create team folders
- Manage team folder sync settings
- Set access permissions for specific users
Team folders are first shared with Dropbox groups, which include members who perform similar functions (e.g. a finance group). Then, the admin who created the team folder sets the correct access level (view or edit) for each group.
Subfolders created in a team folder can also be shared with individual team members and people outside the team. As with groups, the admin can set view or edit permissions of individual members in subfolders.
tab, your team has the new team folder structure. You can manage this team space in the