The size of a shared folder will be counted against the quota of every member of that folder, unless each person is on the same Dropbox Business team or Dropbox Family plan. For Business teams and Family plans, the size of the shared folder only counts once against the shared quota.
For all other users, your Dropbox storage quota is calculated by adding up the total amount of data in your Dropbox folder, including all shared folders and files collected from file requests. As a result, the owner of a Dropbox Basic 18 GB (2 GB + bonus storage earned through referrals) account will not be able to collaborate on a shared folder larger than 18 GB. One reason this policy exists is to prevent people from giving themselves unlimited space by stacking Basic accounts with shared folders.
If you need more space, consider upgrading to Dropbox Plus, Family, or Professional.
Dropbox Business is designed for projects, groups, and other organizations that want to share the same Dropbox storage quota with all of their members.
If you're on a Dropbox Business team and you share a folder with someone else on your team, the shared folder uses only the team's aggregate storage quota. However, if you share a folder with someone not included in your team, the folder uses both your team's space and space on the account of the person you shared with.
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Dropbox has doubled the storage space for its Plus users from 1TB to 2TB, added Rewind and Smart Sync features, and increased the price from $10 per month to $12 per month. The company has also increased the storage for its Professional plan from 2TB to 3TB and added a watermarking feature. Additionally, Dropbox will be increasing its Business plans from 3TB to 5TB and extended file version history from 120 days to 180 days. Professional and Business improvements are coming soon at no extra cost.
The updated pricing goes into effect today for new Dropbox Plus subscribers. Existing Dropbox Plus subscribers get the new features for the old price until the end of their current billing cycle. On the next billing cycle, they will be charged the new price. The feature changes are rolling out “over the coming weeks.”
In July, Dropbox increased the storage space for Professional users from 1TB to 2TB and for Dropbox Business from 2TB to 3TB. Those increases came at no additional cost.
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This time, Plus users aren’t so lucky. The price increase is the real bummer here. That said, Dropbox hasn’t increased its prices in four years. Unlike its competitors, Dropbox’s only source of revenue is subscriptions. But 2TB for $12 per month does make the competition look better.
By comparison, Google One offers 2TB for $10 per month, 10TB for $100 per month, 20TB for $200 per month, and 30TB for $300 per month. Microsoft’s OneDrive offers 1TB for $7 per month and 6TB for $10 per month. To make up for the price increases, Dropbox is touting new features.
Rewind, Smart Sync, and Watermarking
Rewind is Dropbox’s account rollback capability that lets you undo accidental edits or restore deleted work. Rewind lets you take files, folders, or your entire account back to any time in the last 30 days (Plus users) or 180 days (Professional users).
Smart Sync lets you move out-of-date items from your hard drive to the cloud. The feature isn’t new, but it is getting the ability to automatically save hard drive space — no clicks required. After you turn on automatic space saving, the Dropbox app will look for files in your folder that haven’t been opened recently. Instead of manually marking files and folders as online-only, Dropbox will do the work for you. Smart Sync was already available to Professional users, but today both Plus and Professional plans are getting the enhanced version.
Watermarking helps people see your work while still keeping the original in your control. Dropbox is gaining the ability to enable watermarking, which will overlay your name and the date on any JPEG, PNG, BMP, or PDF. Dropbox will show a preview and let you choose between overwriting your file or saving the watermarked version as a copy. If you do save over your original, you can use version history to revert and remove the watermark. The feature is only available to Dropbox Professional users.
Lastly, Dropbox is also working on a full-text search feature. As its name implies, it lets you search your files using the text content instead of file names or extensions. Dropbox says this option is “coming soon.”
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