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Using Macbook Pro with 10.13.6 High Sierra
I never see the online/offline stutus on the finder... like the green check box that should indicate the file is updated.. never see it
It's very hard to manage local storage usage without knowing which files are physically on the machine and which are online only. How do I monitor this info?
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Thanks for your swift reply, @danielevioli.
Since the desktop app is running and up to date, could you also have a look at this article which gives some ideas on what to do if you can't see the syncing icons on your files.
Let me know if this helps!
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Hey @danielevioli, thanks for checking in with us!
I'd be more than happy to help, I'll just need a bit more info. For example, do you see the Dropbox icon next to your computer's clock? If you:
Keep me posted!
Hi thanks for helping.
Yes I do, it says:
Up to date"
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