Hi Walter, Thanks for your quick response! I figured as much, and that I would've found it already if it did exist. I'm definitely interested in a feature that lets users monitor the status of all their syncs, similar to a downloads window in a web browser. I imagine I'm not the only one running into the problem I have, so let me take this chance to detail it: Specifically, the issue I'm having came up when I realized that DropBox had started to sync more files than my computer had room for. Sometimes, when using programs like After Effects, Dropbox will start syncing the assets that the program is looking for without asking my permission if I want to make them local, and oftentimes I leave them online-only because I don't intend to work with those specific assets. So while in the middle of syncing, I clicked on folders to make them online-only again in order to stop them from syncing. But this gets confusing when the icon next to the folders doesn't change--they were syncing online>local before I switched them, and now presumably they're syncing from local>online, but there's no confirmation of that, so I have no idea if DropBox is still trying to sync the files that'll max out my storage. Having a monitor where you can see progress and direction of syncing would solve the problem--I'd be able to know if DropBox is doing what I asked, and also how long it'll be before I can access the files that I do need. That said, I also don't see the "sync first" option next to my files. Is this a Selective-sync only feature, and not a Smart Sync feature? Thanks again!
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Hi Everyone! First post on these forums, still a new Dropbox Professional user (using it for the first time at a new job).
In trying to manage massive file syncs for animation projects, I'm often left in this void of tons of folders with the syncing icon, with no way to tell whether a) which way files are currently syncing (online>local, or local>online) and b) the progress of individual files or folders.
Does such a thing exist? And if so, where?
Using Mac OS, currently High Sierra but will be updating soon.
Thanks for your help!
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