Issue: You've successfully shared dropbox folders with clients/family other users outside of your organization.
But, no one can ever FIND the exact file you've shared. And you don't want to blindly attach a link to an email that could be hacked.
Proposed solution: Dropbox should automatically authenticate the recipient user and see if they are logged in to DB. If so, grant them access without a password. If not, have the link not work.
Ideally, any clicked links from the email brings the user straight to their dropbox folder (ideally on the desktop, not just the web browser).
Note - this is how Google Drive documents can be safely shared across unsafe email networks.
Note - I presume DB will respond that DB Pro already allows passwords to be added to documents. Or, that DB Business/Teams can restrict sharing to commong users.
BUT -- what about those of us that have Dropbox with OUTSIDE CLIENTS. They don't want to remember a specific document password. They just want the doc to open. And if they make changes, it should save back to DB.