- Delete the whole Dropbox/Apps/Overleaf folder, or if it's too large, delete the project folders for the projects being renamed. Change the project names on the Overleaf side. Re-link Dropbox from Overleaf's Account Settings. If your Overleaf projects stop synching with Dropbox.
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Overleaf v2 introduces an automatic two-way sync between Overleaf and Dropbox. Any changes to your project in Overleaf will automatically sync to your Dropbox folder on your computer, and any changes you make locally in Dropbox will appear in your project online. Notes for Dropbox Sync Users. If you use Dropbox Sync to sync your Overleaf projects with your Dropbox, archiving or trashing a project will stop it syncing for you, like archiving a project did before we made this change. Stay tuned for improvements to Dropbox sync soon. Notes for Overleaf v1 Users.
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Only the source files are synced to Dropbox, not the compiled PDF. This is due to the high amount of bandwidth a constantly changing PDF would require. Dropbox sync was designed mainly as a tool for working offline and for backups.