That would not automatically generate the link though.
The Dropbox desktop app monitors the desktop folder for any file starting with "Screenshot" and copies those to the screenshot folder and generates the link and puts it in the clipboard.
With the new recording feature in MacOS Mojave the Dropbox app should do the same for files starting with "Screen Recording".
Thanks for your swift reply, @Le_Toti. Due to this being associated with screenshots at the moment, I’ve made sure to pass your comments along to the dev team for review. Cheers!
But there is an additional problem, when you are using different language version of MacOs. I use Czech language version and my screenshot is called - "Snímek obrazovky date.png" And because Dropbox is looking for "Screenshot....", I never get from Dropbox an URL link to clipboard, like before (before MacOs Mohave). I wonder why it takes so long to Dropbox to repair this Mohave incompatibility...
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