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Take Control of Dropbox, 2nd Edition by Joe Kissell

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Use the Dropbox Web Site

Most of your day-to-day interactions with Dropbox will probably take place in the Dropbox folder on your computer(s) or in the Dropbox app installed on your devices. However, a few activities in Dropbox require a trip to dropbox.com in a Web browser, and there are many additional tasks you can do on the Dropbox site should the need arise—for example, if you’re accessing your Dropbox account using a public or borrowed computer.

Every Dropbox user should be familiar with the ins and outs of dropbox.com. It’s easy to navigate for the most part (and online help is readily available—just click the Help link at the bottom of any page), but in this chapter I want to provide a quick overview of what you can (and must) do on ...

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