For the non-paying majority using Dropbox’s Basic (free) version, one of the biggest challenges, ironically, is space. Dropbox Basic offers a measly 2GB of free storage. It also caps the number of devices you can sync to three and does not offer full text search, shared link controls, or viewer history. Important: If you are using the Subscription Release of Quicken and don't see the Redeem Dropbox offer option, try to redeem the offer again in 24 to 48 hours. If the option still doesn't appear after retrying, please contact Quicken Support. The Subscription Release of Quicken includes 5GB of free Dropbox storage space.
Looking for a password manager? There’s a lot of services out there to choose from, and next month there will be another kid on the block — Dropbox.
Starting April, Dropbox will begin offering a free, limited version of Dropbox Passwords to anyone who has a free Dropbox Basics plan.
This free plan can be accessed from up to three devices.
There’s a limitation.
Dropbox Paper 2020
You can only store 50 passwords.
Need to store more and you have two choices — go elsewhere, or subscribe to a Dropbox plan.
Another feature that Dropbox announced as “coming soon” is the ability to securely share any password with anyone. Not sure how useful a feature this will be (how often do you share a password?) but might come in handy for those Wi-Fi access codes or Netflix passwords.
Free Dropbox Space
Source: Information Technologies - zdnet.com