iOS11 and macOS High Sierra offer the ability of sharing documents in iCloud, which means you can invite other Apple users to collaborate on a document stored in your iCloud Drive. In this post we are gonna show you how to share iCloud Drive files on macOS High Sierra, allowing other people to view or edit the files. Note that this method requires the recipients to have an Apple ID/iCloud account, so that they can access the document on their Apple devices or through the iCloud.com website.
How to share a iCloud document on macOS High Sierra:
That’s the basic process to share a iCloud file to others in your Contacts. In that case, the people will receive an email with a link to the document you choose to share.
By default, the people who have the access to it are also able to make changes to the document. If you don’t want to allow someone to make any changes, you can set up permissions before sharing the document or after the document has been shared.
How to set up permissions for the shared document:
But what if you want to revoke access to someone or everyone you share the document with? Well, to revoke access to one specific person, click the Ellipsis icon next to this person and choose Remove Access. To stop sharing the document to anyone, click to show up the Share Options menu, and click Stop Sharing button.
How to share iCloud Drive documents in iOS 11? You can refer to this blog.
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