in the last few weeks i got error message says :
" This Chrome extension no longer works
Don’t worry—you can still save attachments to Dropbox and add your files directly to emails. If you’d like to keep using Dropbox for Gmail, install our Gmail add-on now. "
the chrome extension is way better than the drobox for Gmail add on and i am not sure why it stopped supporting , i tried the tech support and couldn't get it work, tried clear history , disabled other extensions , uninstalled , every time got this error message and again the Dropbox for Gmail add on is very very limited vs the old school Extension
Thanks for your reply ,
1. First i think this add on is much slower than the previous one .
Mac , pc , chrome , edge , each one of them was way slower than the
2. You Cant send more than one file , if you want send few files from different folders the add on closes and you need to do it all over again .
3. No " Recants Uploads " just like the older add on , on the new one you have only all your folders without the recent tab
4. no search option , this is super crucial , especially for heavy users .
5. i have further info about the tech support would can write further on private .
I agree 100%. I recognize the "advantage" of using the new add-on framework, but the user experience compared to the extension is much worse. I think top of my list would be the "recent" items list, which is missing from the new add-on. In general, the new add-on feels a lot less "Dropbox-y", which I suppose is part of the point of standardizing around the Gmail Add-on format.
It would have been nice if the extension stuck around until the add-on has a feature/experience-parity.
I totally agree with Chicola, the new add in's functionality is nowhere near that of the chrome extension. I am really disappointed. I had 17 photos on an email to add to dropbox. Previously you could upload in bulk, and if you did want to do it individually, the recent folder was up top. This meant uploads were quick and easy. I had to not only upload each file individually, remembering which file was already uploaded (there were no previews for the pictures, so I had to keep tabs on file names or numbers in the case for the photos). Even worse, I had to go through my whole file tree for each and every photo uploaded. And those photos were not for the first level or even second level folders! It would have been easier to download files to a folder on my computer and then upload from that local folder to Dropbox. Now does that really sound as if Dropbox has just made my life easier? Not! So disappointed as I only used dropbox with my gmail.
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