My business dropbox was working and syncing fine. Upon looking for a file, I noticed that it was not showing on my end. Since then, the dropbox app has tried to download all the files onto my MacBook Air. My admin states there was a setting I changed. I checked and nothing has been changed on my end. Now when I uninstall the dropbox app and reinstall it, I don't see any of the shared folders nor am I given an option to have the app sign in as online only. I don't know what to do.
@Hannah The Dropbox version is 123.4.4832
I am not to use selective sync. When Installing the desktop app, it does not give me the option to choose online only as our company uses that option. It's only telling me there isn't enough space on my MacBook Air to "sync" all files. When I uncheck all files for selective sync, nothing shows up. Through dropbox.com, I have access to view and edit all files for the business.
@Hannah The correct email is associated with dropbox.
The only way i can access the dropbox on my MacBook is if I use selective sync and it downloads all the files. I'm not allowed to do that and when I reinstall the dropbox app, it does not give me an option to just view online.
When right clicking, I do not get an option for smart sync. I only have access to 1 folder through Finder. Everything else I need to maneuver through the website.
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