Why do other users' folders take up space on my Disk?
When you accept an invitation, the service copies the entire folder to your Disk (regardless of your access rights). So if you have 10 GB of space in Disk, you can't accept an invitation to access a folder of a bigger size.
If a shared folder eventually takes up all the free space on your Disk, you won't be able to upload new files to your Disk. Your access to the shared folder will remain the same. A shared folder will stop using space on your Disk only if you remove it.
How do I access a shared folder quickly?
Actions for shared folders
- All participants can rename and move a shared folder on their own Disks. This does not have any effect on granting or getting access rights.
- Authorized users can revoke their own access to a shared folder by deleting the copy from their own Disk.
- If the owner of a shared folder deletes it, all participants lose their access rights to the folder.
Comments on shared folders
You can't change your comment after publication, but you can delete it and write another one. The owner of the shared folder can remove the comments of any participant.
When a participant leaves a comment, you will see a pop-up notification in the right corner of the screen. Information about it will also appear in the list of all notifications. To view all notifications, click the icon. If you don't want to receive pop-up notifications about likes and comments, click the icon and disable the options.
All new comments will be shown in the Feed. You can reply to them straight from the Feed and leave Likes and Dislikes.
The recommendations didn't help
If you followed our recommendations but the problem wasn't resolved, or your question is not in the list, write to the support service.