Apple has improved collaboration with iCloud Drive with iOS 13, iPadOS 13, and macOS Catalina. Follow along for how to share iCloud Drive folders from iPhone and iPad in the newest software releases.
Shared folders has been a long requested feature from iCloud Drive users and the latest iPhone, iPad, and Mac software offers up an easy way to share with others, including multiple folders at a time. There are also some handy permission options that come along with the new feature.
What is iOS 13?
According to Apple inc, iOS 13 introduces a bold new look, major updates to the apps you use every day, new ways to help you protect your privacy, and improvements across the entire system that make your iPhone even faster and more delightful to use. This will be available from October 2019.
iOS 13 is currently only available as a developer beta, but Apple says the public beta will be arriving in July. Keep in mind it’s usually not ideal to run a beta on your primary iPhone as there will be various bugs, instability, and issues like decreased battery life.
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iOS 13: How to share iCloud Drive folders from iPhone and iPad
Sharing your iCloud files and folder from iPhone and iPad is very easy, just follow the steps outlined below.
1) Open the Files app and navigate to iCloud Drive
2) Firm press on a folder then tap Share
3) To share multiple folders, tap Select
4) Choose multiple folders, tap the Share icon (square with up arrow)
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