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I want to invite various people to a shared Google Drive folder but do not want each of the users (except myself) to see the names of the other users with which the folder has been shared.

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Users that are explictely included on the sharing settings could see who else has access to the file. To prevent this, create a Google Group, add the collaborators (editors/viewers) to that group then share the folder with the group.

In order to make this work, the group settings should not allow members to see the members list.

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  • Though I find Google Groups quite cumbersome I think it is a great workaround. – marikamitsos May 16 '19 at 0:22
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You can share your folder by link (eg. not adding users to the list) in which case all users are treated as "Anonymous" to each other (even to you - which is the only possible downside).

To answer the question in the title - only you and people you added to the sharing list are able to see each other's names. Everyone else is just Anonymous.

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