One of the features that has been most requested from our users is the ability to view and manage active shared links from one place, rather than filtering them in the Audit Logs.
I am pleased to state that we have now implemented this request and made it live in our platform. It is available for all user tiers, free, personal and business, and it will be rolled out in a future release of our enterprise appliance.
The feature simply provides a quick way to see which files have been shared and whether they are password protected or time expired.
For Cloud Administrators of team accounts, they can see shared links from all users consolidated in one place or for each individual user from the team.
The same information has always been available from the Audit logs (for team and enterprise users) but the audit logs also shows temporary links, generated for document access, as well as links that may have expired, so the new shared links functionality is an easy way to be aware of current active shared document links.
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