So traditionally we’ve attached files to emails and sent them to your recipient, but what happens then? Once you recipient has your document you have no idea where is goes after that. Who could it be sent onto, who sees it?

So how can you keep in control?

If it’s a finished document and you have it saved in your OneDrive, you can easily share the single document or a complete directory with who you wish to. Even if it’s an unfinished document and you’d like somebody else’s input you can enable them to have edit rights. Even when they edit it, the latest copy will be saved so no matter how many people you share it with, everybody has the latest copy.

So what happens when your contact leaves the business? You can edit permissions and revoke their access. This helps you to keep control on your documents.

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For more details and what else “sharing” is capable of [click here]