Hey @-o, can you elaborate a bit on that for me please? What would be the ideal end result if you don’t mind me asking? Would you like to open the files you’ve stored in Dropbox or is it something else that you wish to achieve?
Any detail &/or visual aid you could include on this discussion would be very helpful(omitting personal info please) & rest assured that I’m here to guide you on this in any way I can on my end. Thanks in advance!
Did this post help you? If so please give it a Like below. Did this post fix your issue/answer your question? If so please press the 'Accept as Best Answer' button to help others find it. Still stuck?Ask me a question!(Questions asked in the community will likely receive an answer within 4 hours!)
If you want to be able to view and delete files in your Dropbox account using another third party app though, you'll have to contact them for more info as they may be able to provide you with more relevant steps.
If you have any other questions, don't hesitate to give us a nudge. Thanks!
@-o Dropbox does offer an API you can use for listing, uploading, and downloading files, among other operations. You can find everything you need to get started with the Dropbox API, including documentation, tutorials, and SDKs here:
For example, to upload files you can use /2/files/upload, to download files you would use /2/files/download, and to deleted files you can use /2/files/delete_v2. Those are links to the documentation for the HTTPS endpoints themselves, but we recommend using one of the official SDKs if possible. Those have corresponding native methods for the HTTPS endpoints.
We love to learn from the educators who use Dropbox. Whether you teach kids, teens, adults or a combination of all three, we want to know what apps and integrations you use with Dropbox to help with teaching. Which of the ones below is your favorite, or most used tool?