When you’re running a small business, you’re often juggling a variety of responsibilities — from driving sales and overseeing day-to-day operations to managing HR and payroll. And sometimes, you also end up filling the role of IT admin. If you’re a newly minted Dropbox for Business team admin and not sure where to begin, don’t worry. Today’s post will show you how to get started with the Admin Console.
If you work on a marketing or creative team, you’re probably familiar with design reviews. Whether you’re creating a brand campaign or new product packaging, gathering feedback and iterating on designs are all part of the process. Things can get cumbersome, though, when you’re struggling to send large design files or digging through your inbox to find a reviewer’s comments. Fortunately, Dropbox can help.
Here at Dropbox, we take security very seriously, which is why we’re constantly working behind the scenes to protect your data. There are a few things you can do, too, to add even more protection to your account, like setting up a password manager. But what if your password ever ever did get into the wrong hands? Luckily there’s another step you can take now to help keep intruders out of your Dropbox, even if they do have your password. It’s called two-step verification.
If you ever leave a shared folder and later change your mind, this post is for you. Let’s say you just completed some market research reports, and you leave the shared folder for that project. A few days later, though, a couple of unexpected tasks crop up. If you want to access and edit the latest versions of the files inside the shared folder, you’ll need to join it again. Here’s how.
We love it when teams collaborate using shared folders. They’re perfect for bringing people and files together in a shared workspace. We also realize, though, that there may be times when you’ll want to unshare a folder. So, today’s post is all about how to do exactly that.
We’ve all been there before: You’re at the airport, writing up a report on your laptop when you realize that your battery is running low and you left your charger at home. If you save all your files to your Dropbox, though, all’s not lost. With the Dropbox mobile app, you can pick up right where you left off — and keep chipping away at your assignment. Here are three ways to stay productive with Dropbox on your phone or tablet.