Hi Fiona, Sorry, it seems I have not given you adequate information. The folder is not shared, it is within a Team Folder. Thank you for the advice on the search function, I did not realise I could search for a file rename, as typically Dropbox treats file/folder renames as a "delete" and then "add", from past experience. I find it odd that when I search for file or folder renames in their activity log from Jan 2018 to today, nothing comes up at all, but I suppose it's not improbable that they never actually rename anything. Anyway, to reiterate, I want to know if it's possible to see, through the activity log or otherwise, any changes that have occurred to a specific folder, but not it's subfiles/folders. Kind of like how you can see version history for files, but not for folders themselves. My other question still stands, too. If I rename the folder from clients_r-z to Clients_R-Z, will it initiate an index/sync for just the folder itself? Or all it's subfiles/folders as well? Thanks for your time.
... View more
One of our clients has a folder that, on several computers (which have had the dropbox app on them since their initial purchase), is listed as Clients_R-Z
A newly set up computer has had Dropbox added to it, and the same folder is listed as clients_r-z on their end.
I've looked in the online version, and it appears that the file is named clients_r-z.
I've looked through the Activity records and, since the folder's contents are being used very often, it's hard to find any entry saying that the file name has been changed at any point to the lower case characters.
I have a couple of questions:
1. Is it possible for me to initiate a search in the Activity section of Dropbox Online for exclusively changes that have been made to the folder in question and not it's contents?
2. If I change the name in Online to Clients_R-Z, will that initiate an Index or Sync on everyone's computers? The clients internet is slow, as are their computers (unfortunately), and for something as small as an aesthetic gripe, it wouldn't be worth tanking their internet/computers to fix.
... View more