For this, you need the sciebo desktop client which is avaible in our download portal. It ensures automatically that all files stored on the sciebo server are accessible via all devices running the sciebo client. Please note that the sciebo mobile apps are suitable only for viewing files and manual up- and downloading; automatic synchronization does not occur here.
Using the web interface or the client, you can create a hyperlink to the file or folder which you can share (e.g. by e-mail). To avoid unauthorized access, the link can be password protected and have an expiration date. A manual for sharing via the webinterface is available here, a manual for sharing via the client is available here. In case you collaborate with someone over a longer period, you can set up a guest account for him or her.
If you delete a share, the user you shared with will no longer have access to the file or the folder (and its contents). This also applies to files and subfolders which were created by other users within your shared folder.
Especially for the upload of large files (over 1 GB), we recommend to use the desktop client. The client pauses the synchronization if it is interrupted (e.g., by WLAN failure) and continues the synchronisation later.
When you leave sciebo, your account will be deleted and your shares will be removed after a certain time. Therefore, you should inform your recipients on time and give them the opportunity to create copies if needed. A list of all files and folders you have shared is available in the web interface – just click on "shared with others" in the left menu.
If a user leaves sciebo, his shares are also removed. Folders and files shared by this user will no longer be available. This also applies to files you have created yourself, provided they are in a folder shared with you. To continue working with these files and folders, you must copy and rename them. A list of all folders and files that have been shared with you can be viewed in the web interface in the left menu under "shared with you".