I don't really want to use this app, but have to for an app I am using on Wordpress. I'm NOT going to upload folders or connect to any of my devices. I don't like apps trying to tell me what to do. Right off the bat Dropbox is putting this flag in my face. On the right side it says "Finish your setup". I'm not going to do that. I'm NOT going to upload a folder. How can I make this pathetic app stop doing this?
LOL... Is this app for children? I replied to my post that I figure the problem out, and I got a badge! LOL WTF? Maybe I got the wrong app. Is this for ten-year olds? Do we get participation trophies? OMG! Is there an adult version of this app?
I agree about dropbox. It's typical infantile dot-com nonsense which (apparently correctly) assumes its audience has no intelligence. This said, I have to use it to communicate with some people who have no intelligence. The "Finish Setup" box is really annoying for me as well. Can you elaborate on what you did to deactivate it? I don't seem to be able to find an obvious option in settings (at least in the web version). I even uploaded a dummy file to each folder, and that doesn't seem to shut it up either.
Ok, figured it out myself. I'll explain how, in case anyone else has a similar issue. When that animated sliding window appears on the right, there's a little message square in a big rectangle. Both have window-killing "X"'s in the upper right corner. Don't hit the "X" for the outer bit. Hit the "X" for the inner square with the specific message. The outer part is just a "message area" slider, but the inner one is the specific "finish this" setup message. Why does it still show "Finish Setup" on the closed message area when you've done all this? Some idiot probably decided that the "message area" slider should show the title of the latest message when closed --- so it seems like the whole notification area is just that message. Once you've killed the inner message, the stupid thing will shut up for good (or at least until dropbox decides to send you some other message).
Good find! I'll make sure to tell my followers about this. Maybe Dropbox wants some of the idiots that use Facebook. They'd all be about the same IQ. Dropbox is nowhere close to the quality of Mega.nz.