If you use Dropbox to share or store your files, here’s a look at how to recover a deleted file or restore a previous version of a document.
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Today, in its quest to target the profitable business market, Dropbox announced several new updates for its iOS users including Scanning Documents into Dropbox and Creating Microsoft Office Docs from Dropbox.
Dropbox us discontinuing both mail and photo services starting February 26th and March 31st, 2016 respectively. If you’re using these services, here’s what you can expect.
Microsoft Office 2016 will save your documents to OneDrive by default. But, if you use Google Drive or Dropbox, you can save them to those services, too.
Enable Dropbox Camera Upload on your iPhone and iPad to easily backup photos and videos to the cloud and sync them across all your dropbox devices.
Writing your thoughts while on the go can be a challenge. If you’re writing content using a plain text file, then try the Android app called Jotterpad X.
Having your data scattered among many cloud services can get annoying at times. MultCloud solves this problem by integrating them all in a central service
Feedly has recently introduced a new feature, one which allows you to save your Feedly content to your Dropbox account. Here’s how it works.
If you use Dropbox through its website, the file navigation system may be a little slow, cumbersome and overall annoying… Here’s how to add a tree structure to it using either Google Chrome or Firefox.
Dropbox was updated recently and it now allows you to automatically upload and share screenshots from your Mac or PC. Here’s a look at how it works.
Dropbox now offers a faster way to share files with your friends and coworkers, by sharing a link to it. Here’s how to use it and share the easy way.
Dropbox is great for syncing, sharing, and backing up files from your PC or mobile device. But sometimes it’s good to backup all of your Dropbox content too.
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.
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.