Get Started with Box
You can easily create a location where anyone can send you files; they don't even need to have a Box account. You can give people a link or put a widget on most websites, blogs, or social networking services that support embedded HTML iframe code.
Files can be as large as 15 GB....Read more
The Cornell default link is 'people in this folder', i.e. people who already have access. You have to make an explicit decision to make the links more open.
A standard Box shared link looks like this: https://cornell.box.com/s/ub4eqjy4rvi4y813ty1m
A custom Box shared link...Read more
If you already had Box Drive installed, you do not need to follow the install steps below. It will update automatically to include the new...Read more
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 strategies.Add the folders and documents you care about to your Favorites list Mark an item as...Read more
Box Edit is an add-on feature that allows you to open and edit files stored in Box. Designed for all file types, browsers, and platforms, Box Edit uses the default application installed...Read more
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 collaboration, that’s a tremendous benefit. But when those folders contain University information that you...Read more