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When you click on settings, you're taken to a pretty basic features set. The real gem here is the help file.
The full index of iDisk help files. These go pretty in-depth on how to use the app.
One of the iDisk help files.
This is the initial screen that pulls up when you choose to share a file.
When you choose to share a file, clicking on options will allow you to set a password and when the link will expire.
This is a shot of the e-mail that you receive when you share a file link with someone. Thanks for the screenshot, Dave Caolo!
After initially sharing a file, you can choose to either resend the link or disable sharing for that particular file.
This is a movie playing through iDisk. It was originally a podcast downloaded through iTunes
This is a music file originally purchased through iTunes. Sadly, the cover art did not carry through with it.
Here's the contents of the music file. It's no playlist, but does pretty good for individual files.
Once you add a couple of public folders, you'll see a list with them. It's very handy in keeping track of which folders you have access to.
This is a shot of what you'll see when viewing someone else's public folder.
And here's a shot of an image located in someone else's public folder. Cat photo provided by TUAW blogger Michael Jones.
Data Detectors are busy at work in uploaded Word documents. Sadly, the original phone number is hidden beneath the menu bar.
Here's the file without the menu bar covering the top of the text. Here, you can see where the data detectors kicked in.
Here's a text file as seen with the menu bar. Hopefully a future version of iDisk will push all text below that pesky bar.
When you click the "i" icon in the top right, this is an example of the file information that you will receive.
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