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A filing cabinet on Google Sites may work. (Disclaimer: I haven't tested it, don't know it's subject to teh same issue that Drive apparently has - but I know that if you simply upload a new file with the same name, the URL is the same.)


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If she is still part of the shared folder's usergroup, it does not matter if she deleted the folder from her computer or wherever, she can still at any point login to Dropbox and download any file's within the shared folder at will. The only way to ensure she doesn’t get to the file's contained within the folder are: Copy the files that you don't want her ...


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Ok here is what I've done : (solution for developpers. Needs a php server.) I've writen a PHP script that get the file through redirection (using cURL) and return it. It's another kind of redirection, but it works well with ifttt. <?PHP //get url parameter $url = $_GET['url']; // send the right headers header('Content-Description: ...


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Is it necessary for you to re-upload the file each time you edit it? If you edit the file through the Google Drive web interface (drive.google.com) rather than on a local/desktop application, I don't believe it will alter the URL. Do you have "Drive" installed as an application on your computer so that the files in your Google Drive show up in a local ...


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In the web-client, right click the folder and go to shared folder options. Here you can leave folder.



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