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Is it possible to decrease padding/white space between files/folders in Dropbox.com? I like a more compact view than the current "List" default view, so I can see more without having to scroll
If not, it would be nice if there were an option to make the List view more compact - similar to how Gmail has the "Display Density" setting.
Hey there @buddyboy101 - how are you today?
Unfortunately, this is not possible at the moment.
In all honesty though, I understand how this could improve our current sorting options and I will log this with our team as feature request - thank you for your valuable feedback!
In the meantime, I guess you could utilize the zooming options of your browser -- even though it's not optimal (I know).
If there's anything else you'd like to add, do let me know please.
WalterCommunity Moderator @ Dropboxdropbox.com/support
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Thanks as always, @Walter! I appreciate your response that way I don't spend anymore time looking for a setting that does not (yet!) exist 🙂
It would be really great if this would be implemented. This would make it soo much more usable, especially if you use it a lot with Office Online.
I would also like this feature. Too much scrolling!
Me too. I would like get the same feature. It's getting boring when you scroll 50 to 100 Files going back and forth the directories and start back on top of the List of Files
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