Although under the auspices of a giant like Apple, the iCloud platform could not improve itself as much as its competitors, and continued to be backup-oriented rather than a functional cloud storage service. This concept has not changed.
The bad news came from Apple's iCloud file sharing feature, which was introduced with the macOS Catalina update, which will allow it to keep up with its competitors. The property will be available early in the middle of next year.
Normally files can be shared individually on iCloud, but a folder share is not possible. Following the feedback, it was decided to add a folder update feature to the macOS Mojave version, but the first snooze hit occurred during this period. MacOS deferred to the release of Catalina feature this time remained in the spring.
Folder sharing is still included in the feature list of macOS Catalina , iOS 13 and iPad OS 13, but Apple hasn't made an official statement. There will probably be a definite explanation at the spring event.