Hi! First, thanks for the notice. Second, I agree with a lot of the comments.
It almost seems as if Dropbox is wanting to change audiences so that their business serves the corporate world, rather than the individual or small groups that are trying to make the world work. In the meantime, rather than having a stable platform that enables me to accomplish the work I need to in collaboration with others from small groups, I'm being pressured to pay for some unknown, unexplained "business" services. Also in the meantime, there are more and more barriers to just plain accessing the files I've stored on the site. "Paper", "Favorites", blah, blah, blah. I don't have favorites - I work with lots of different files, as I'm trying to get lots of small projects done. BTW, I work with people who don't have a lot of extra cash laying around so that they can pay for whatever this "business" setup is.
If you are going to go for the big bucks, then give us notice so us little guys can pull our stuff off and then take the leap. In the meantime, don't play games with us and make it harder and harder for us to use. I can't even find an explanation of what changes have been made to enable me to find the things I've stored on the site and to work effectively with the webpage.
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