How To Change The Sync Settings In Dropbox

When using the Dropbox app, you can limit the network usage and the folders that are to be synced. This is useful when you don’t want to sync everything to your local PC. Here is how to do that: Windows: Click on the Dropbox icon from the system tray. Then click on the down arrow next to your profile name. From the drop-down menu, select Preferences. To limit upload and download usage, go to...

How To Use HelloSign In Dropbox For Paperless Signing

Dropbox now includes a paperless signing feature for documents known as HelloSign. It supports various document types like MS-Word, OpenOffice, PDF, and so on. To use it, login to Dropbox from any browser and then choose HelloSign. Click on Start Signing to begin. Select Allow to link HelloSign with your Dropbox account. There will be various premium plans listed. You can use HelloSign for free...

How To Change Dropbox Folder Path In Windows And Linux

The default location for the Dropbox folder can be changed in Windows and Linux. (You’d need the Dropbox client installed for this, it can be downloaded from here.) Here is how: For Windows: Left-click the Dropbox icon from the system tray. Then click on the account name and select Preferences. Go To the Sync tab. The default path will be the Users\username folder. Click on Move. Select a...

How To Send Dropbox Files And Folders As Gmail Attachments

Gmail can include files and folders from Dropbox directly as attachments. These can then be sent directly through email messages. Here is how: Login to Gmail and click the add-ons icon + from the sidebar. Then from the available list of add-ons for Gmail, choose Dropbox. This is the official Dropbox add-on for Gmail. Click INSTALL. Once the add-on is installed, choose DONE....