No one likes to do taxes. But with April 15 right around the corner, folks in the US are running out of days to procrastinate — and it certainly doesn’t help if you have a big pile of tax-related papers to process or send to your accountant. This year, instead of getting overwhelmed (or misplacing an important document), consider using Dropbox to help. Here’s how.
A pre-Valentine’s Day survey from last year showed that over six million Americans planned to propose — or expected to be proposed to — on the year’s most romantic holiday. So the odds are that a few of you will wake up on February 15 newly engaged to be married. If that happens, we’re here to help. Countless newlyweds have told us that their trusty Dropboxes helped them stay calm and organized throughout the entire wedding planning process. To give you a head start, we’ve collected the top four ways couples use Dropbox to make planning that perfect wedding a little bit easier.
It’s the start of a new year, which means millions of people are vowing to hit the gym, be more productive, and save money. That’s right, it’s New Year’s Resolutions time.
The harsh reality is that New Year’s Resolutions are hard to keep—but we can make that a little easier. Here’s how to achieve five of the most common resolutions, with help from Dropbox.
1. Be more organized
Nothing makes you feel less organized than having files—both physical and digital—scattered across computers, hard drives, filing cabinets, and folders. Try consolidating to Dropbox,
Dropbox provides a home for all your stuff, no matter if you’re at your desk, on your phone, or using a tablet. We asked our fans on Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ to tell us how they use Dropbox when they’re on-the-go, and here are their top 3 pro tips:
1. Lock it up
Safety first! Add a pin code to your Dropbox mobile app for added security. It’s a 4-digit passcode that you type in any time you open the app.
Summer’s here (in the northern hemisphere)! In the spirit of getaway season, we asked for your favorite Dropbox-powered travel #protips via Twitter, Facebook, and Google+ and here’s what you had to say:
1. Save flight, insurance, and hotel info
No internet connection? No problem. With the Dropbox mobile app your files are synced and ready to go, even offline. Avoid awkwardly scrambling through bags for your itinerary at the check-in counter. Don’t be that person…
@Dropbox comes in handy for storing itineraries,