You can "favorite" files for offline reading, upload documents via URL, download torrents remotely so they're ready by the time you get home and more.
Check out the gallery above for some useful ways you can get more out of Dropbox. Share your own tips and tricks in the comments below.
But cloud storage is more than these important but mundane uses.... But we all need a constant source of inspiration, and it usually comes from the stories of others all around us. Ryan showed one of the best uses for Sky Drive when he talked about using Sky Drive and the One Note web app for online research. Another good thing is that the same newspaper also publishes the exact newspaper copy as an e-paper.
This keeps 2 copies of the folder on your computer.
We live in an age when we want (and sometimes need) to access information at all times.
Dropbox has gone unchallenged by the major players for a long time, but that’s changed.... So, let’s try to find some more interesting ways to fill up all the space they give us for free. You can easily use them to plan events, take a poll, create class quizzes, gather feedback etc. Thanks to them, I can indulge my love by keeping the best strips from Dilbert to Garfield as JPEG files on a cloud folder.
I found this touching use of cloud storage while browsing through Dropbox – 100 Million Thanks sub-site. I tend to fall in love with well-done infographics.
There are a number of different ways that this can be achieved.
Each operating system has a different way that you can do it.
People can use Dropbox through the desktop app, mobile apps or via the web.
Dropbox is a simple service, but you may not realize there are several ways to amp up the user experience.
On Windows, you can either use the Command Prompt, or use an application.
Using the Command Prompt gives you a bit more control, using an application is easier.
Users can also share music, documents, images, or folders with others.