If you’re a Yahoo Mail user, things just got better because the company teamed with Dropbox. This makes it easy to send and save large attachments.
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Since Dropbox acts as an automatically syncing extension of your computer’s hard drive, setting downloads to go directly there save a lot of time. This Chrome extension does just that.
There will be times when you need to take notes on your Android device and don’t have a note taking app installed or an internet connection. Dropbox can help you out in such a situation even if you’re offline.
Dropbox has a handy feature that allows you to restore a previous version of a file, or one you might have accidentally deleted. Here’s how to use this life saving feature.
Dropbox has added its metro-style app in the Windows Store. While not yet as robust as the desktop version, it’s welcome news for Windows RT tablet owners.
OwnCloud gives you unlimited online cloud storage space for a lot less money than iCloud, Dropbox, or Sugarsync charges. Here’s how to set it up.
Did you know that Dropbox has an upload and download speed limit and the upload limit is activated by default? Here’s how to give Dropbox full speeds.
Moving or changing the location of the dropbox folder can be very handy. I recently moved mine to a new external drive. Here’s how I did it.
Dropbox is doing away with Public folders for any new account created from now on. There’s new a way to share that’s nearly as convenient and safer.
The new automatic camera upload feature in Dropbox asks if you want to upload photos every time a device is connected. Here’s how to disable the annoyance.
You already know that we here at groovyPost love Dropbox. But did you know that Dropbox also offers corporate accounts for businesses? Dropbox for Teams takes everything that’s groovy about Dropbox and throws in a few perks that make it enticing for businesses.
Last week Dropbox added the Two Step Verification feature that adds an extra layer of protection to your Dropbox account data. Here’s how to enable and use it.
Dropbox is the latest popular service to face a security breach (again). Find out if you should be worried.
Attachments.me is a useful extension for Google Chrome that lets you save and share Gmail attachments to cloud storage services like Dropbox, Box and Google Drive without leaving Gmail.