Thanks for everything! The case for gratitude at work

Does your company have practices in place for employees to express gratitude? Studies show that many Americans hesitate to show each other gratitude at work, but there’s plenty of research to suggest that organizational gratitude is a worthwhile endeavor—for employees themselves, as well as organizations.

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It’s now or never: 5 ways to beat procrastination and get things done

Right this second, millions of people are putting off something important. Whether it’s a pile of laundry or a difficult conversation, we all avoid things from time to time. And while chronic procrastination can have a serious impact on your life, day-to-day dawdling can be tamed. In fact, some of the most accomplished people in the world—like Bill Clinton and Margaret Atwood—are notorious procrastinators. So what tricks do procrastinators use to get things done? If you need a little help in that department—and most of us do every once in a while—here are five places to start.

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Pro tips: Become a master of file requests

Sending files to lots of people — whether it’s an email attachment or a shared link in Dropbox — is generally straightforward. But collecting files from lots of people wasn’t always as easy. That is until now, with our recently introduced file requests feature. Just create a request, send out the link, and watch the files pour into your Dropbox. If you’re looking to get the most out of file requests, we have a few tips to help you collect like a pro.

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Pro tips: How to get even more out of Dropbox for Android

Calling all Android users! We’re partnering with OnePlus to bring Dropbox to even more Android fans. So today we’re rounding up some of our favorite tips for staying productive and keeping your stuff safe — even when you’re out and about — with Dropbox on your Android phone.

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Do more with Dropbox on your desktop

If you’ve been using our desktop application, you know how magical the Dropbox folder is. Whenever you save a photo, doc, or video to the folder, it’s automatically backed up online and saved to all of your devices. But if you’re a new user, you may not know that you can do even more with your files — from sharing to commenting — right from the Dropbox folder on your computer.

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