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Do I have to re-upgrade so that my edits are visible for others?

New member | Level 2
New member | Level 2

Hello everyone, I need help. I had a paid Dropbox account and the account expired two days ago, however, I worked on a shared file and my updates on that file were not seen by someone else. Do I need to re-sign a paid account for that person to see my updates? Note: I have full space.

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Re: Do I have to re-upgrade so that my edits are visible for others?

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@Toni Bovolini wrote:

Note: I have full space.


Does that mean your space is full, or that you have plenty of space available? If your space is full, you won't be able to sync any changes until you're back below your quota.

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