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No green check mark on files and folders

No green check mark on files and folders

Anand_Jain
New member | Level 2
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I am not getting Green Check mark on Files and Folders in Desktop Dropbox Folder. I have reinstalled dropbox also and it is syncronizing but not not showing Green Check marks on the files and folders.
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Sanchez
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Hey @Anand_Jain, welcome to our community! 

If your files don’t have any Dropbox icons on them, then you’re probably looking at the wrong folder. So, click on the small Dropbox icon in your system tray/menu bar (next to the time), and then click on the small folder icon. This will open your local Dropbox folder, which is the one that’s syncing to your account. 
 
Have a look at that, and let me know how it goes. 
Thanks!
 
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Sanchez
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Sanchez
Dropbox Staff
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Hey @Anand_Jain, welcome to our community! 

If your files don’t have any Dropbox icons on them, then you’re probably looking at the wrong folder. So, click on the small Dropbox icon in your system tray/menu bar (next to the time), and then click on the small folder icon. This will open your local Dropbox folder, which is the one that’s syncing to your account. 
 
Have a look at that, and let me know how it goes. 
Thanks!
 
[This thread is now closed. If you have a similar or new question, you can ask here]

Sanchez
Community Moderator @ Dropbox
dropbox.com/support


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