Welcome back to Product Tip Tuesday. This week, we have a new alert and actions that we developed in conjunction with our partner Dropbox.
Dropbox provides plenty of flexibility to collaborate on and streamline work, but end users and admins can do and see things you might not be aware of. For example, end users can create public links to entire folders. Admins can sign in as any user and view sensitive information. To minimize security risk and exposure, here are five blind spots you should know about.
With its ultra-simple, elegant design, Dropbox Paper is a beautiful alternative to Google Docs. But it’s not just a pretty face–this powerful collaboration tool has a few key features that differentiate it from Docs. Here’s a brief intro.
Sure, you can easily share Google Drive files in Slack, but what about Dropbox files? Luckily, that’s super easy to do too.
Who needs a scanner anymore? To digitize files, all you need is the Dropbox app on your iPhone and you’re in business. You can scan documents directly to Dropbox, using Dropbox, with just a few taps.
If you use Dropbox and Google Drive to store files, it can be useful to connect and sync them together. Maybe you want to improve collaboration or just want some extra backup. Here’s how to automatically sync new Dropbox files to Google Drive.
If you want to add Google Drive files to Dropbox, there’s a simple way to do it–one that doesn’t involve the hassle and inconvenience of messy file conversions. This can …