Let Anyone Upload Files to your Dropbox This is the essence of Dropbox Requests. The requests service would let anyone - your clients, work colleagues or even anonymous strangers - directly upload files to a designated folder in your Dropbox account easily and quickly. Also set Dropbox folder as: ‘WhatsApp Photos’ (same as that of the name of created folder in Dropbox). Set the Method folder as: ‘Upload Only’, so that there is no two-way sync and only WhatsApp Photos are sent to Dropbox, not the vice-versa.
This article explains how to share files and folders with Dropbox. When you share a file or folder, the recipient receives an email with a link to the file or folder.
Note: The recipient must have a Dropbox account and sign in to that account to view or edit the file or folder that was shared with them. If you want to give view-only access to someone who doesn’t have a Dropbox account, or doesn’t want to sign in to view it, you can share with a link instead.
You can control whether people can edit, comment, or only view your files and folders, when you share them, and after you share them. Edits or comments that are made to a file or folder are updated live for everyone who they’ve been shared with.
Note: Users with individual Dropbox accounts need to explicitly add folders that you share with them to their Dropbox account. If you are a member of a Dropbox Business team, any personal folders that you share with other teammates will automatically be added to their Dropbox accounts.
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To keep a track of the numerous videos we share on WhatsApp everyday, and to simplify the phone storage problem, we go for wired photo transfer and this can consume time. It is way too better to automatically backup these videos to save time as well as energy. Dropbox is a great solution for this problem. If you are looking for a step by step procedure, read on.
Follow these steps for Backup:
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- Open Dropbox from your App List and create a new folder in it. Name it, say ‘WhatsApp Videos’.
- Now launch the DropSync App. You need to authorize it to access your Dropbox account.
- Set the local folder as : /storage/emulated/0/WhatsApp/Media/WhatsApp Video’.
- Also set Dropbox folder as : ‘WhatsApp Videos’(same as that of the name of created folder in Dropbox).
- Set the Method folder as : ‘Upload Only’, so that there is no two-way sync and only WhatsApp Videos are sent to Dropbox, not the vice-versa.
- Now go to the app settings and change the ‘AutoSync Interval’ to your convenience. It is 1 hour by default. (If you want to immediately Back the Videos, set the time to the least time span provided.)