Hi, we've recently moved to seafile and everything is great, except linking to shared folders.
So User1 has a folder structure like so
Seafile > Library > Donor Data > Reports > Reports to share > (Client1),(Client2).... > (report subfolder name) > (report file)
and wants to share "Reports to share" with User2 which is fine and works, both User1 and User1 need to edit any and all of those files which again works fine.
However, User1 would see the directory structure as above but User2 would just see Seafile > Reports to share > (subfolders...), so when User1 wants to share a specific client folder or report subfolder or even single report, they click "generate internal link" which generates a link like
If User2 tries that link, it comes up "Permission denied" which I understand, User2 doesn't have access to that library, User2 needs to access that shared folder through this url "https://cloud.example.org/#common/lib/3e4be22c-6234-4f9d-672b-59027f9478d4/Client%201/Campaign%20Progress"
So my question is, how can User1 share a folder with User2 and then link them to a specific file or folder (we don't want to use download links as we don't want to be copying the files and User2 can't have access to the entire library), it's going to be very difficult to have to manually direct users to dig down through several subfolders to find a file, we need perhaps some sort of way to create a bookmark for a file or folder that if given to any other user, as long as they have access to that file or folder in some way, no matter how they've gotten that access, whether they own the library, it's shared to a group they're in, shared to them specifically or public...
Does anyone have some sort of suggestion? We've moved from dropbox, and some people in the organization are very reluctant about it and this is causing a fair few issues...
If there's some sort of API to generate this, that'd work too, I can work with that.