Learn how you can request files from others by sending them a file request link where they can drop files without seeing anyone else’s. For this to work and to see the option, you must be allowed to share externally (some admins and orgs choose to disable this ability for security reasons).
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Requesting files from others is not the same as sharing a folder with others to which they’ll add and edit files.
When you share a folder normally (with edit permissions), users can add files but they can also see others’ files and edit anything in the folder.
When you request files, users can add files but they can’t see any files in the folder (including their own) and they can’t modify anything after uploading (including their own). It’s basically a file drop or an FTP replacement to allow secure file submissions.