Apple has provided a video tutorial demonstrating the new file sharing feature, which basically involves selecting a file to share, and choosing one or more recipients for the automatically generated private URL pointing to that file – which can optionally be set to expire after a period of time. The service works much like YouSendIt, though rather than uploading a file, you point to an existing file on your iDisk. Conversely, another cross platform application called Dropbox allows you to easily upload files and assign them a public link, but offers no way to set expiration dates for the links yet.
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