Add Links Using Microsoft Outlook

When you install the desktop app, an add-in is installed for Microsoft Outlook, letting you easily embed links to your synchronized documents, folders, or conversations into email messages.

  1. Make sure your app is running. To verify, check for the desktop app icon in the system tray.

  2. Open Microsoft Outlook and compose a message.

  3. Click Insert Link in the message tab of the ribbon.

  4. Choose Document, Folder or Conversation, depending on the kind of link you want to insert.

    • If you’re adding a link to a document or folder, navigate to the item in your sync folder for the link you want to insert. Select Member Link or Public Link from the bottom of the screen. If you’re adding a public link, you can click the Link Options button to change the permissions for the link, the link name, expiration date, or access code.

    • If you’re adding a conversation link, choose from the list of your most recently used conversations.

  5. Click Insert. The name of the conversation, document, or folder is added to your email message as a link.