I sent family photos to my brother via Dropbox, but he refused to open them. He said that after reading the Dropbox agreement, he feared that Dropbox could access all of the photos he has stored on his PC and alter/delete them. My nephew, who does cyber security for a Fortune 500 company, said that scenario would be highly unlikely; however, he said this is still possible. I have stopped using Dropbox amongst family members but would appreciate your comments.
I upload photos for my team in Bangladesh to re-touch, and then they send them back to me. Usually, I can upload a pic, then highlight the elements that need re-touching, but lately that "highlight" or "select" tool doesn't work in Chrome, which is frustrating. The other area that seesm hard to me is that when I upload 10 photos directly from my photo app, they have numeric, auto-assigned file names and I need to rename them for context. In folder view, it seems like the only way to rename a file is to select it (via the checkbox) and then select "rename" from the operations menu, one at a time. It would be much easier if I could rename the file by clicking on it (a la Google drive), and/or rename the file from the view page (instead of folder page.)
any suggestions? thank you!
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