Sharing contents of one drive outside my organization

Darren East 1 Reputation point

Hello - i'm quite sure this has been asked and answered, but I'm getting lost in a sea of info.
I have a business with clients. each client has a file folder in my office 365 one drive.
I need someone outside of my organization to be able to access these files to review, update, upload new files to the client folders.
Unsure how to set this up.

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  1. Paul van Berlo 821 Reputation points

    Hello and welcome to the Q&A forums.

    If your Microsoft 365 tenant has been configured to allow external sharing, you can simply right click on a folder you'd like to share and enter your client's e-mail address. This is also where you can specify additional permissions, like the ability to "edit" the folder (eg allow uploads and other modifications to files in the folder). Your client will then receive an e-mail indicating that a file/folder was shared with them and they can follow the process from there. You can find more information (including screenshots) here.

    The prerequisite is that the Microsoft 365 tenant is configured properly, for more information on how to do this, please have a look here.