I know this has been voiced here in the past, but I'm also going to voice my displeasure. I'm a longtime Dropbox Pro subscriber, and I run a research team. I decided to try out Dropbox for Business since the team had grown to the point of needing it (I was previously paying for Dropbox Pro accounts for team-members). In general, I'm fairly happy with the services, although don't find much difference from Dropbox Pro accounts - just more control. My big problems is the lack of photo uploads. This was an essential part of Dropbox for me - I used it regularly to upload home and work photos and sync them. I don't understand why the Administrator cannot get access to the service. I understand that team members wouldn't want to upload their photos, since they might go under the team ownership policies, and they might be cut-off if the Administrator ends their membership. But it's stupid as hell to expect the Administrator/Owner of the service to ALSO subscribe to Dropbox Pro. Fix this! I don't think I'll renew my Dropbox for Business account next year if you don't. Eric PS Don't reply with your link to the policy - I've seen it. I'd rather hear from other users as to how they handle this problem, any work-arounds, etc. Guess I'll use OneDrive.
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This just happened to me 2 hours ago!
I looked on the website and it said I left all my shared folders. I breathed a sigh of relief and just rejoined the shared folders. Then I noticed that >3700 files were deleted that were not part of the shared folders!
I've emailed Dropbox to try to get them to restore all of these, but in the meantime, I'm having problems working because of missing files. Wasted work hours...
Luckily my wife has most of my files synced on her laptop and she was not connected to Dropbox when this happened. So I think I have a backup...
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