Going into the browser version of dropbox, I can see that almost every folder synced with one user's computer has files that were 'deleted' within the same time frame on the same day. She has no idea what happened, and thankfully it only affected folders she was synced with, not the entire company folder.
Is there a way to see and restore a list of files deleted by one person's account within the one or two hours that everything disappeared? Manually finding and restoring files in hundreds of folders is not realistic.
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I would but I'm forced to provide a link to the event, but there's nothing at all loading on that day. Is there another way to contact support?
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