Using iCloud Drive Shared Folders in macOS Catalina

A new feature in macOS Catalina will be the ability to share entire folders in iCloud Drive with others. Any files you place in the folder will be available to others that you specify, or anyone with a link of you wish. All with access to the folder can modify, add and delete files. This collaborative feature has been a part of other cloud soltuions for a while, so it is nice to finally have it as part of iCloud. You can also do this with iOS 13.

Comments: 2 Responses to “Using iCloud Drive Shared Folders in macOS Catalina”

    Ron Housley
    6 days ago

    There seems to be a rash of new third-party cloud storage services similar to iCloud Drive, Google Drive and Dropbox, but ones offering 2TB to 10TB of storage for a LIFETIME, for one up-front payment ($60-$99 range). (e.g., ThunderDrive, Degoo) That’s too good to be true, right?! Thoughts?

    6 days ago

    Ron: I haven’t seen any of those. You should definitely trust the service you use.

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