- Users who have a Dropbox account connected to a laptop or tablet can sync files automatically via the Dropbox Connect service
- Users should access their account to use Dropbox Connect. To register an account, they have to provide an e-mail
- Any file is available on all devices associated with the Dropbox account
Dropbox Connect can also be used on a mobile phone but only via an app. Once Dropbox is installed on a cell phone, users will need to move files to the Dropbox folder to sync (this will not be done automatically). Users can keep business and personal files separate on one general account by connecting business and personal accounts together. Files from both the work and the personal account will be available from anywhere. When people use Dropbox Connect, their files are available instantly, and the system Dropbox is installed on can be used right away. Dropbox can be set to “view only” access, where a user can simply see files but can’t make any changes, or “edit access,” where they can add and remove files. Anyone can direct questions about the Dropbox Connect service to a customer chat agent at 1-888-414-8124.
More important things to know about Dropbox
Online file backup service Dropbox was founded in 2007, and is now available in 17 languages and has over 500 million users, making it the 72nd most popular service in the Internet. The service has come under fire several times, once for allowing accounts to be accessed without a password thanks to a hack, and then in 2018 when suddenly, years old deleted files appeared back in user accounts.
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