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A Virus saved to Dropbox n Zoom Hacks
The blue box is hiding some mad tricks. Think Dropbox is just good for backups? Think again.
Jeff Knowles saved to Computer
Dropbox’s new password manager, secure vault for sensitive files, and computer backup features will be available Wednesday. Dropbox Professional users are also getting the ability to brand files that they share and track insights on shared links.
S saved to Quick Saves
What is Dropbox and how do you use it? Our Dropbox user guide will explain everything you need to know to get started.
Célia Villard saved to Multimédia
Organizing your computer with Dropbox can mean the difference between saving important files & losing them forever should your computer crash.
Need to store files, photos or videos in the cloud? World Backup Day is the perfect time to start using a cloud storage service. Here are the best options.
How to Use Dropbox on Your IPhone: Interested in using the cloud-saving service Dropbox on your iPhone? Get started by following these steps! (Note: we primarily used iOS version 6 and the latest Dropbox update [as of March 7, 2013] when building these steps, so you may experience t…
Dianne Swofford saved to Technology
I'm a huge fan of Dropbox. I have been using it extensively for team collaborations, to transfer files between platforms, and for backup purposes. Dropbox' key to success is its ease of use, which is firmly rooted in its nearly flawless integration across different platforms. The native Dropbox Android app is great for basic access to files and downloading, but it is lacking some features essential for power users.
Ruth Bixler saved to Apps
Printables are fun. Bloggers love to provide them to support a blog post or to offer something extra. I've used them to share a printable tag for my Russian Tea and for a HTML Cheat Sheet for a recent Whatcha Learnin' Now post. There are a few different ways to share those documents with your readers. I'm a big Dropbox user and love the ease of use and sharing options. Let's take a look at how you can use Dropbox to share printables and other documents on your blog: 1. Create the document…
Jeana Harris saved to Tech