Last updated: October 25, 2016 at 7:54 am
Dropbox has become an important tool for sharing files both publicly and privately.
Cost: Free and premium versions
With Dropbox, your files are always in sync. Just set up Dropbox on all your devices.
You can easily share files or entire folders or photo albums. Drag any important documents, folders, or other files into your Dropbox folder. You’ll see a blue sync “badge” on the file icons while they synch, and a green checkmark when they’re finished.
You can share a file or folder online with others. Simply, right click the file and select Dropbox/ Share Link. With Dropbox, online backup is automatic, You can go back in time to undelete or undo changes to files.
Dropbox Teams gives administrators control over what different users will have access to, what files and folders they can see, and whether files can be shared or not.
Guides & Resources
- Everything you need to know about Dropbox, YouTube video
- 6 unexpected ways you can use Dropbox, Edudemic, September 2013
- Dropbox: A superb classroom tool, Powerful Learning Practice, August 2012
- Dropbox Teams will offer a host of business features to free users, engage, 21 September 2015