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externalorgmembers [2019_11_22 14:40]
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-but in some situations an organisation may wants to share files with external parties using shared team folders. When this is done the orgadmin can make the external parties domain members by adding them as users and restrict their privileges so they can do little except access the files that are being shared with them. Here are some points to consider if you adopt this approach:+but in some situations an organisation may wants to share files with external parties using shared team folders. When this is done the OrgAdmin can make the external parties domain members by adding them as users and restrict their privileges so they can do little except access the files that are being shared with them. Here are some points to consider if you adopt this approach:
  
-  * The Member role is assigned automatically to each member that is added to the org.  In most cases this assignment should be removed for the external parties. ​ That way if a shared folder owner wants to grant access to all internal members of the org.she can grant access ​to the Members role and exclude the external parties.+  * The Member role is assigned automatically to each member that is added to the organisation.  In most cases this assignment should be removed for the external parties. ​ That way if a shared folder owner wants to grant access to all internal members of the organizationaccess ​can be granted ​to the Members role and exclude the external parties.
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-The orgadmin can control all of settings from the “Organization staff :: Edit User” page.+The OrgAdmin can control all settings from the “Organization staff Edit User” page.