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Where I can see how much Gb used a separate folder in my browser?

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Where I can see how much Gb used a separate folder in my browser?

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Where I can see how much Gb used a separate folder in my browser?

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Re: Where I can see how much Gb used a separate folder in my browser?

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Hey @Kesler, you should easily be able to see this info following the steps outlined here:
 
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  • Navigate on Files on your Dropbox account online.
  • Click a column header and select Size.
  • Hover over the folder and click the check box next the folder you're interested in.
  • Click Calculate size in the right sidebar.
  • Wait for the size to be calculated.
(Extra tip: If you’re working on a team account & you can access the admin console, you could check for the Team Folder size if you navigate on the Content/Team Folders tab, then navigate on the second column, click on the dropdown 🔽 menu there & sort according to “Size” from your available options.)
 
Please have a look at my pointers at your convenience & ping me back here if you have any additional questions. Thanks & enjoy the rest of your day until we talk again! 

 


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Re: Where I can see how much Gb used a separate folder in my browser?

Dropboxer
Hey @Kesler, you should easily be able to see this info following the steps outlined here:
 
Spoiler
  • Navigate on Files on your Dropbox account online.
  • Click a column header and select Size.
  • Hover over the folder and click the check box next the folder you're interested in.
  • Click Calculate size in the right sidebar.
  • Wait for the size to be calculated.
(Extra tip: If you’re working on a team account & you can access the admin console, you could check for the Team Folder size if you navigate on the Content/Team Folders tab, then navigate on the second column, click on the dropdown 🔽 menu there & sort according to “Size” from your available options.)
 
Please have a look at my pointers at your convenience & ping me back here if you have any additional questions. Thanks & enjoy the rest of your day until we talk again! 

 


Jane
Community Moderator @ Dropbox
https://dropbox.com/support

 

Heart 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.
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Re: Where I can see how much Gb used a separate folder in my browser?

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@Jane you my Hero! Thanks!

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Re: Where I can see how much Gb used a separate folder in my browser?

Dropboxer

🚀 Hooray, happy to hear my post was helpful @Kesler. We’re always around for more Dropbox #Tips&Tricks; feel free to ping us back on the Community & it will be a pleasure to work with you again. Take care in the meantime! 

 


Jane
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