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Sharing files in Microsoft Teams

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    Microsoft Teams

In Microsoft Teams, users can share content with other Teams users within and outside their organization.The sharing of files and folders in Microsoft Teams is based on the settings, which are configured in SharePoint and OneDrive. The settings you set up for SharePoint and OneDrive also control sharing in Microsoft Teams. Sharing files and folders in Teams is based on the settings configured in SharePoint and OneDrive, so whatever you set up for SharePoint and OneDrive will affect sharing in Teams as well.

OverviewOverview

Users can share files from OneDrive, from teams and sites they have access to, and from their computer. To share a file, users can do the following:

  • Click in a channel Append (the paper clip icon), select Last used, Browse teams and channels, OneDrive or Upload from my computer and then select the file you want to share In a channel, click Attach (the paperclip icon), select Recent, Browse teams and channels, OneDrive, or Upload from my computer, and then choose the file they want to share.
  • In a chat, click Append (the paper clip icon), select OneDrive or Upload from my computer and then select the file you want to share In a chat, click Attach (the paperclip icon), select or OneDrive or Upload from my computer, and then choose the file they want to share.
  • Copy and paste the sharing link in the compose box.

Permissions of shared files and sharing links

When users share a file from within Teams, they can set who can access the file just like they do across Microsoft 365. You can give access to anyone, people in your organization, people with existing access, or specific people (which can include people in a 1: 1 chat, group chat, or channel). They can give access to anyone, people in your organization , people with existing access, or specific people (which can include the people in a 1: 1 chat, group chat, or channel). When a file is shared, the file preview is available in the message, along with any file actions such as Open online, Download and Copy linkWhen a file is shared, the file preview is available in the message, along with all file actions such as Open online, Download, and Copy linkBy default, the file opens in Teams.

When users share a file in a chat or channel, they're notified whether some or all recipients don ' They can change the permissions on the file before they share it by clicking the arrow next to the file preview that now appears in the message.

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