This document how to manage permissions for files, forms, and folders, including options o how to configure, view, and apply for permissions.
I. Default Permission Settings
1. Default for New File
The default permissions for new fileare set by the administrator. Contact the administrator any questions.
2. Configuring Default Access Permissions
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II. Configuring Permissions for Files, Forms, and Folders
1. Configuring Permissions for Files and Forms
1.1 Sharing Files and Forms
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1.2 Document Settings Interface
Owners can configure permissions for their files and forms. For example, allow other to read, edit, comment on, share, export, copy, print, or create duplicate files.
Click ShareSettings in the upper right corner of the file page to open the permission settings panel.
The permission settings panel will display the default options. Click Settings to view all options.
1.2.1 Granting Permissions to Share Files with an External Organization
This option is disabled by default, and
To share files with an user you and the external user have Larkthes
With the administrator's permission, you can enable External Sharing, send a link to or invite user.
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Files users will be labeled as External.
1.2.2 Enabling Link Sharing
This option is disabled by default. Once enabled, the link.
1.2.3 Who can comment on a file?
This option allows you to choose which users can comment on a file.
1.2.4 Who can share a file? dand manag collaborators
This option you to choose which users have invitation permission, indicating they can invite other users to collaborate on a file. Users w invitation permission can invite collaborators.
1.2.5 Who can duplicat, print, export, and copy?
This option allows you to choose which users can create duplicate, print, export, and copy content. Buttonsnot visible to unauthorized users.
1.2.6 Configuring Permissions for a S Collaborator
Click Share in the upper right corner of the file to see the list of invited collaborators. Click on the permissions drop-down list to configure permissions for a collaborator.
Enter "@username" in a file to mention a user. You can check manually whether to grant permissions to this contact.
1.3 Transferring Ownership of a File or Form
You can transfer ownership of a file or form by clicking the Share button in the upper right corner and search for the user you wish to transfer ownership to. Click Set as the owner.
2. Configuring Permissions
2.1 Sharing Folders
The purpose of sharing a folder is to give collaborators of (you can grant read, edit, and share permissions) without affecting ownership of those files.
Creating a shared folder: the list, click the "..." button o. Select Share to invite users or groups to become collaborators. The ile ssistant will send Lark notifications (optional) to invitees.
Viewing collaborators: Open the shared folder and you will see the profile photos of the owners and collaborators on the right side of the folder list.
Removing a collaborator: Click the collaborator's permissions drop-down list to re .
2.2 Collaborator Role Permissions in a Shared Folder
Owners can delete shared folders, move shared sub-folders, move file , invite collaborators, and remove all collaborators.
Collaborators can move shared sub-folders, move any file in the folder, delete files , invite collaborators, and remove collaborators they invited.
2.3 Moving a Shared Folder
In the shared sub-folder list, place the cursor on the folder you wish to move. "..." button will on the right. Click Move and the target folder. Shared folders in the root directory cannot be moved.
Moving a shared folder to My Space regular folder and collaborators will no longer have access. iles in the folder
Moving Shared Folder A to Shared Folder B will alter the permissions of the files it contains. Users with access to Shared Folder A will no longer have access to i, users with access to Shared Folder B will granted access to Shared Folder A.
2.4 Deleting a Shared Folder
Only the owner of a shared folder delete it. the shared folder, place the cursor on the folder you wish to move. "..." button will on the right. Click Delete to delete the folder.
2.5 Transferring Ownership of a Folder
You can transfer ownership of a folder by clicking Share in the upper right corner and search for the user you wish to transfer ownership to. Click Set as owner. Transferring ownership of a folder does not affect the permissions of the files in the folder. The folder's owner does not own the files in it. T manage collaborators.
III. Viewing and Applying for File Permissions
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You can request . In the upper right corner, click ShareApply for Permissions to .