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Top 10 Extensions That Can Make Dropbox Even More Amazing
I have computers that run both Mac and Windows, so one of the main problems I encounter is transferring files from Mac to Windows or vice versa. Most of time, I try to use Gmail, but it won’t work if the file size is over 1G. After downloading Dropbox, everything comes so easily. Just by dragging and dropping, all my files can be synced to my Mac, Windows and even my iPhone. Here I would like to share the top 10 Dropbox extensions that can make it even more amazing, which I use frequently during my daily work.I have computers that run both Mac and Windows, so one of the main problems I encounter is transferring files from Mac to Windows or vice versa. Most of time, I try to use Gmail, but it won’t work if the file size is over 1G. After downloading Dropbox, everything comes so easily. Just by dragging and dropping, all my files can be synced to my Mac, Windows and even my iPhone. Here I would like to share the top 10 Dropbox extensions that can make it even more amazing, which I use frequently during my daily work.
1. Need to speed up the process of moving files to Dropbox?
Try Dropbox Copy Plugin, and move it fast!
I’m a professional Web Editor who needs to test and review software, as well as offer suggestions and tips for others. Therefore, it’s common that tons of media files, like screenshots, possess my Mac screen. If I need to open Dropbox and sync remotely one-by-one, it would kill me. Under this condition, I think 24 hours is not enough for me to complete even an infographic. After downloading this plug-in, with just a right click, you can move files and folders to Dropbox within seconds.
2. Didn’t download Dropbox for new versions of Windows/Mac?
Install Send to Dropbox and send files to Dropbox via Gmail.
This is a common problem when someone needs my help and I need to send some updates to my Dropbox. The problem is that he or she didn’t use Dropbox. The most time-saving solution is to send the files via Gmail/Yahoo or other email providers to a unique email address, which is generated by connecting the service with your Dropbox account. This should be done in advance to handle similar situation when you can’t use Dropbox. You can take it as third-party transferring system which can transfer all your documents, even RAR, to your Dropbox account in a new folder.
3. Team members need to upload files from Dropbox?
Dropittome can create a public portal for file upload.
Rather than using a Dropbox Uploader PHP Script, I prefer to use Dropittome, which can just connect my Dropbox account with the app using Oauth. I can then get a unique web address as dropitto.me/username. When I have my public Dropbox upload page set up and running, I can point anyone in my group to that page and request them to upload any file. Though the maximum file size is 75MB, it works well for team uploading.
4. Dropbox only supports 2GB for a free account. What if I need more storage?
Don’t forget your Add-on Space via social account.
To be honest, it’s not a tool, but rather, a trick to increase Dropbox storage. As a multimedia software reviewer, I have over 10 videos that need to be edited. Therefore 2GB is really not enough for me, which is the reason why I upgraded the account to 100GB. For those who need more room, don’t give up your social account, as it can cut a conspicuous figure at that time. All you have to do is perform any or all of the following actions in screenshot.
5. Don’t want to log in to Dropbox every time you use it?
Try mini Dropbox: Dropbox Extension for Chrome.
This software allows access to all documents in my Dropbox account from Google Chrome without having to log in to Dropbox every time. After installed, go to the options and save your Dropbox username and password.
6. Can’t download your favorite file during a working hour?
Start a Bittorrent Download Remotely.
I have tons of work daily, and even though our office doesn’t care about downloading films, I don’t have much time. For those who are under the supervision of a strict boss and wish to have the chance to download your favorite films and enjoy it in the way home, it’s easy to start a BitTorrent download on your home PC with a little bit of Dropbox magic. What you need is to point your program towards a folder in your Dropbox file-sharing program, and done. If you’re in your office, you can add a .torrent file to the public Dropbox folder from work and the download will automatically start at home.
7. What if my files are voice memos? Is there a better way to save them?
Yes, DropVox (iOS) can solve your problem.
When I don’t want to write, I may take notes via voice memos about ideas rushing to my head, especially in the middle of the night or early in the morning. You may have this similar situation. DropVox records your voice and sends it directly to your Dropbox account in quality M4A format, which is the best tool to capture spoken ideas, reminders, and more. Later, when you have spare time, you can listen to those memos on computer using various players.
8. What if I need to download all files to my Samsung? (Yes, I have 2 cellphones.)
Folder Downloader for Dropbox is the tool you need.
It lets you download entire folders from your Dropbox account to your Android device, which can create new folders on the local storage on the fly, so you don’t need to use a separate file manager. You may suggest downloading Dropbox for Android; however, it doesn’t actually download your files locally in the same way it does on your regular computer.
9. Is there any way I can send my webpage to Dropbox directly?
Yes, Download to Dropbox is your best choice.
It’s not always a one-click job to get files from the web into Dropbox. Fortunately, the Chrome extension Download to Dropbox adds an option to right-click the menu to send any files like webpages, images, or videos directly from the web to Dropbox. If you would rather download the mini Dropbox for Chrome, that’s fine too. This is just an alternative.
10. What else?
The last cool extension is WordPress Backup to Dropbox Plugin
I have a WordPress blog too, and if I forget to back up my latest article, I won’t sleep tonight. This plugin can give me peace of mind. Just choose a day, time and how often you wish the back up to be performed and kick back and wait for your websites files and a SQL dump of its database to be dropped in Dropbox!
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