Sharing files with a client
To share a file with a client, navigate to your Quenza account and go to Files . From there, click on the three dots vertical menu  for the file you’d like to share and click on Share .
This will open a new window, where you’ll be able to select the client(s) you’d like to share this file with. Once selected, click on Save  to share the file.
Sharing files with a group
To share a file with a group, navigate to your Quenza account and click on Clients . Once there, click on Groups  and click on the group you’d like to share a file with.
Now you can select the Files  tab and click the + Add Files  button.
In the modal window that shows up, click on Upload File  to upload a file to this group.
Once the file is uploaded, click on the three dots vertical menu  for the file and click on Share .
This will open a modal window, in which you can click on Share again to confirm sharing the file with the group.
Both of these actions will notify the client(s) that you have shared a file with them. They will receive an email notification, and if they have the Quenza app on their phone they will receive a push notification as well.
Client sharing files with you
Your client can share a file with you by navigating to their Quenza account and clicking on Files .
Once there, they’ll need to click on +Add File .
In the modal window that shows up, click on the Upload a file .
Once the file is uploaded, click on the three dots vertical menu  and click on Share . This will let them share a file with you.
When they share a file with you, you will receive a notification by email and, if you have the Quenza app installed, by push notification.
If a file that’s been shared with you is deleted, it will disappear from your File directory.
You cannot delete a file that’s been shared with you. Only the file owner can delete a file, in which case the file will disappear from the File directory.
No, you cannot share a file that’s been shared with you. Shared files can only be downloaded by the users.
No. People you shared a file with cannot directly change the file unless it is a link to a service such as Google Drive, where (when sharing and editing is enabled) people can modify the file.