I'm looking to get a DfB account for, say, 5 team users. Occasionally I'll need to share some folders out to third-parties such as clients or contractors who are not part of the team.
Will these users count towards my overall seat limit of 5 - Or will they just need a personal/pro account? This is the case for other solutions, such as Box, but I can't find anywhere in the blurb whether this applies to Dropbox.
I know I can send a link to any file to any user, but it's the folder sync functionality I'm after.
I think that answer my question - If not adding to a team means a seat isn't used up, then great. I think I'll have a trial and play and check it out.
connecting a private Dropbox account to your Dropbox Business account does not count as a license. Your private account will remain a separate entity outside of your team. Connecting a personal and a work account has the advantage of not having to log in and out to switch between the two of them.
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