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....

Change Dropbox Sync Settings In Windows

Dropbox client in Windows by default syncs all the available folders stored online in Dropbox storage account to the local system. These settings however can be changed if needed. Here is how : Right click the Dropbox icon from Windows system tray or simply launch the client. Click the gear icon on right and choose “Preferences”. Next, to disable all the online folders to sync with the...

How To Change Email Notification Settings For Dropbox

The default notification settings in Dropbox don’t include events like when a new device or a new app is linked to Dropbox. This can be changed so that an email will be generated when a new device/app is associated with the existing Dropbox account : Login to Dropbox and click on the username on top right, then choose “Settings”. Then, scroll down to “Preferences” and...