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Should I have to open all files on my dropbox if I want to upload it? (on macbook)

Should I have to open all files on my dropbox if I want to upload it? (on macbook)

Quintixense
New member | Level 2

I have an issue with Dropbox.

When I create content in Google classroom, and I want to attach a file from Dropbox,

if I never open it on my Macbook before, it will show Zero bytes like a no file.

Should I open all files on my Dropbox if I want to upload them? 

How to fix it? I don't think I can open all the files on my Dropbox 1 by 1 tho.

 

Thank you.

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Quintixense
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Quintixense
New member | Level 2

i can fix it already. ty

Walter
Dropbox Staff

Hi there @Quintixense - thanks for posting on our Community.

 

Did you manage to resolve the issue you were having? If so, could you share with us how? 

 

I'm assuming by making the files you'd like to attach available offline (from online only), but I'd like to confirm with you as well if that's the case. 

 

Thanks!


Walter
Community Moderator @ Dropbox
dropbox.com/support


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