Users can be setup as an administrator or have custom permissions. User accounts can access the account via the web interface and through FTP.
Simple user management.
Creating a user will allow access to an account with a dedicated username and password. Users can be restricted to accessing a single folder, also known as a user's home directory, or can be given access to everything as an administrator.
Setup custom user restrictions.
Setting a user's restrictions is as simple as an on/off toggle. User access can be restricted to allow any combination of sharing, sending, uploading, downloading, deleting, modifying files or folders and more. Creating users is a great way to integrate with your existing work-flow.
Access to files and folders without a user account.
Accessing a shared folder does not require a user account. Shared folders can be open to the public or require a password to view. Shared folders are a great way to share quickly with others. Create a user if more in-depth account access is necessary.