You can share a folder in Dropbox to give people view or edit access to that folder's contents. When you invite people to a folder in your Dropbox, it becomes a shared folder. Shared folders are added to the Dropbox accounts of each member and changes to the contents of a shared folder sync to everyone who can access it. In this short animation, see a quick tutorial on how to share folders. Want to learn more? Check out our help center.
Dropbox keeps snapshots of all changes made to files in your Dropbox within the past 30 days (or longer with Dropbox Business). You can recover older versions of files, restore deleted files, or undo deletion events. In this short animation, see a quick tutorial on how to recover older versions of a file. Want to learn more? Check out our help center.
Dropbox is easy to access on any device. In this short video, see how to sign in to the Dropbox website (dropbox.com).Work on a Dropbox Business team? See how to sign in even if your admin has enabled two-step verification, or other security layers? And check out our help center to learn more.
Dropbox Paper is more than a doc―it’s a shared workspace that brings creation and coordination together in one place. Write and edit, brainstorm, review designs, manage tasks, or run meetings.In this short video, see the core features of Paper in action. Want to learn more? Check out our help center to get started with Dropbox Paper.
If you delete a file or folder in Dropbox, you can easily get it back. Same goes for files in shared folders: if you—or a member of a shared folder—delete a file in that folder, Dropbox can help you restore it. If you have a Dropbox Basic (free) or Plus account, you can recover any file or folder deleted in the last 30 days. With Dropbox Professional or Business accounts, you have 120 days to recover deleted files.Check out this short video, and see how to restore files and folders deleted from Dropbox. Want to learn more? Check out our help center.
You can share a folder in Dropbox to quickly give others access to multiple files at once. You can also adjust the level of access, allowing others to view files, comment on them, or even edit. Any folder in your Dropbox can become a shared folder. Shared folders are added to the Dropbox accounts of each member, and changes to the files in a shared folder sync to every member.Check out this short video, and see how to create a shared folder in Dropbox. Want to learn more? Check out our help center.
You can easily add files and folders to Dropbox from your computer, phone, or tablet. Drag-and-drop, “Save as,” or upload with the “+” button. Files in Dropbox automatically sync to dropbox.com, and any other computer, phone, or tablet you’ve connected to your account.Check out this short video, and see how to add and organize files and folders in Dropbox. Want to learn more? Check out our help center.