Product Review: Dropbox

What is Dropbox?

Dropbox is software that syncs your files online and across your computers.

How I use Dropbox

I work from my two different computers, depending on when and where I’m working, so I use Dropbox to keep all those files that I need frequent access to available no matter where I’m at.

Why I love Dropbox

  • Easy to use. I’ve tried a couple of other document syncing and sharing services, and I’ve really found Dropbox to be the easiest to use. I LOVE the drag-and-drop capabilities.
  • Remote File Access. With my Dropbox account, I can log in through the website anytime and have access to my files to download, upload, or share a specific folder with a client
  • Sharing files with clients. Gone are the limitations of not being able to send large files by email or having to zip several files together, or remembering which version is the most current. I simply share a folder with a client, and they can access the file just as easily as I can. When they make changes, I get the updated file usually within minutes. It’s great.
  • Free version to get started. I started with the free version, up to 2GB. After I fell in love with it, I upgraded so that I could share more files. But, this also means that when I suggest this method of file sharing to a client, there’s no extra charge for them (unless they choose to get their own paid account.)

And, if you’ve fallen in love with Dropbox, or just want to check it out and you use my affiliate link, I can earn free storage space. So, thanks in advance for using my link to sign up!

If you try Dropbox, I’d love to hear what you think of it.

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