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Monday, 31 July 2017

Sharing files with Files on iOS 11

During the last WWDC of 2017 the bite apple company introduced a large number of innovations regarding its latest version of the mobile operating system for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. IOS 11 gives users, in addition to a new design of certain elements of their user interface, some really useful features like drag and drop and file management .

That's right, now with iOS 11 users of iPhone and iPad will have the pleasant possibility of managing the files of our device thanks to the development of a new native Apple application called Files .

Until now, with iOS 10, it was possible to share and collaborate in real time in applications such as Notes and in the iWork office suite. But with iOS 11 it will also be possible to share files using the Files application . How to do it? We explain it to you with all details.

Sharing files in the iOS Files application 11

The Files application will be the mobile version of Finder on the Mac. In its beginnings, the application will be quite simple and easy to use. But within its simplicity we find some quite interesting benefits, such as document collaboration.

To share a file with the iOS 11 Files application you must follow the following steps that we dictate to you below:

1. Open the Files app on your iPhone or your iPad.

2. Touch and hold your finger on the file you want to share.

3. Click on "Share".

4. The typical floating menu will appear with the iOS extensions.

5. Click on the new "Add people" icon.

6. The Files application will allow you to share the file from any messaging app, social network or third-party application. I personally recommend iMessage, it is the simplest, most effective and direct option.

Controlling your files on iOS 11

Once you have shared a file, you can go back at any time to change editing permissions. You can choose whether you want the people you've added to make changes to the file . You can even select if you want contributors to edit or just view.

You can access your shared files from the "Recent" section in the shared documents section. It's that simple!

Via | Cult of Mac

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