I was looking forward to the new desktop app, and thought I read somewhere that you could open Google docs right in the app? If so, it's not clear to me. Sure, you can start a new one from the Windows tray icon. It'd be great to launch a file right into Docs or Sheets.
I do appreciate the response. So, it seems that the file has to be a Google doc in the first place, which is fine. Unfortunately, and for some inexplicable reason, the email used to login to Google, must be the same as the one used to login to Dropbox. I do not understand why they did this??? I can't think of one other service provider that does this.
I created my Google account many years ago, several years ago, I signed up for Dropbox several years ago, and by this time I have my own domain. This effectively breaks this functionality for me. I do hope they change it.
Re: Is there a way to open a file in Google Docs in Dropbox desktop?