I'm having the same issues. Almost all of my files are on smart sync online-only but my mac still reflects that these files are stored locally.
The mac says I have lots of storage left but the graph says otherwise.
Welcome to the Dropbox Community @vjracho!
We currently have an early access program mentioned here for the issue you're describing. If you'd like to opt in, please just let me know in reply to the email that I reached out to you with, sent to the email address associated with your Community profile.
So, this is quite ridiculous. I have 500K files, and it takes me 1 day to relink a Dropbox account. I have declared most things to be online only, and they still take space. Is it time to move to Box? Or will this be solved AUTOMATICALLY, without me having to spend one day without being able to work due to this Dropbox wonkiness?
What's the point of declaring files online only if they still take place? Just so that I can enjoy not being able to access them when I am offline?
@HashMaster9000, I've gone ahead and reached out to your email address associated with your Community profile. When you have a moment, please just reply back to my email and we'll opt you in from there.
@Gilgamesh, I was able to locate a ticket you had previously requested to be opted in. The specialist that was handling your case replied back to you with the last steps to take, did you receive this?
I understand your frustrations here in the delay @tdre, I can assure you that your request is with our team and is currently looking into this. The delay is most likely due to the volume of requests, but our team will update you as soon as possible when this has been completed.
Finally, if you haven't already @LucaPCP, perhaps you can check out the accepted solution post here which explains the early access program we have that should remedy the issue you described. If you'd like to be opted in then you can contact our Support team as mentioned in the post.
Let me know if you have any other questions!
It has now been 22 days since our request to be opted into the "solution" through the early access program. We submitted this request directly through Dropbox exactly as instructed and are still waiting. All update requests on our part typically receive a response that basically says, "We're still working on it" with no attempt to provide any timeframe for resolution.
Making a request and then waiting 22 days without any meaningful response or action is ridiculous.
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