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account seems to have been dominated from an invitation

account seems to have been dominated from an invitation

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Hi everyone - I have a 'Plus' account, and all was fine, until I accepted an invitation (from a legit collegue, like often happens) to view and have access to a collaborative DropBox.  Well, I seemed to have clicked something that turned my personal view (on my end) to be dominated by this new collegue.  Everywhere I view my account, Online, System Tray, Explorer.....looks like the collegues account, with my account secondary.  

 

How do I 'undue' this?

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Re: account seems to have been dominated from an invitation

Dropboxer

Hi @robphillips770, thanks for posting on the Community!

 

I'm sorry to hear about this matter. It sounds like you most likely accepted an invite to a team or shared folder, which then required you to join their Dropbox Business team. 

 

In order to leave the team, the team admin would need to convert your account back to a personal plan (away from the team) using the steps in this link.

 

Let me know how it goes! 


Jay
Community Moderator @ Dropbox
dropbox.com/support


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