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  • Box on Mobile Devices

    • Box has two levels of apps that work with their service: Box Official Apps are developed and supported by Box. Most are available for you to use, however some of the apps require...
    • If you attempt to access Box from a mobile web browser, it will always redirect to m.box.com, the Box mobile site, even if you typed in the address for Cornell Enterprise Box (cornell.box.com). It...

    Policies for Box Use

    • Before using Box to share, store, or collaborate with institutional information, review the Regulated Data Chart (Box is listed in the Collaboration Services section). As...
    • Because Cornell Box is an easy way to store and collaborate on files that can be accessed from almost anywhere, it's ideal for a wide range of university work. Be a good custodian of institutional...

    Use Box

    • For more information about assigning tasks in Box see the vendor's article on Adding Comments and Tasks.
    • Box makes it easy to share folders. It’s quite likely that the folder list that you see in Box is a mixture of your folders and those that other people have shared with you. For personal...
    • How to work as a team and share files and tasks in Box
    • Box allows you to edit some file types directly in Box. For more information see the vendor's article, Opening and Editing Files in Box Edit.
    • Box Tools is not working with Firefox browser’s current ESR (Extended Support Release). It does work with the current versions of Chrome and standard Firefox. Word documents,...
    • Get answers to your questions about Box
    • Go to https://cornell.app.box.com. Click Continue. You will be directed to CUWebLogin. Log in as you usually do. Note: When you first log in to your Cornell Box...
    • The vendor's website contains useful information on how to manage Box files and folders. See their Managing Files and Folders page for links to several articles.
    • You will have to download the content from your previous file sharing service, and then upload the content to your Cornell Box account. For more information see How to Upload Files to Box.
    • People who use Box eventually find themselves faced with a long list of folders and files, which can make it difficult to find what you're looking for. Here are some clutter-conquering...
    • Change Access levels in Box
    • You can configure Box to notify you when certain items happen. See the vendor's Manage Account Settings article for details.
    • You can control the access levels of your Box folders to allow access to team members or keep the content private. By default, when you create a folder in Box, the default access level is...
    • Setting up Box sync will allow you to select folders in Box that will automatically synchronize with your computer. To get started: Log in to your Cornell Box account at https://...
    • See the Box article on sharing files via links.
    • What are the differences between Box Edit, Box Sync, and Box Drive? Box Edit is an add-on feature that allows you to open and edit files stored in Box. Designed for all file types,...
    • Step-by-step instructions on how to upload files can be found in the vendor's article on uploading files to Box.

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