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  • Dropbox One place for all of your stuff, wherever you are.
  • Dropbox Why it’s awesome • Free (2 gb) • Cloud Based • Collaborative • Works on all devices • Automatically syncs • Just like regular file storage so you don’t have to learn anything new!
  • Dropbox…let’s get it started • Check your email for an invitation or go to www.dropbox.com • Begin the download • It should appear in your downloads menu or pop up
  • 1. download • Once the program finishes downloading, double click on it and the application window will appear. • Drag and drop the blue box into your Applications folder.
  • 2. install • To install Dropbox, go to your Applications folder and double click on the Dropbox icon.
  • 2. install • Select “I don’t have a Dropbox account” and click Continue. Unless of course you have one
  • 2. install • Create an account • Agree to the Terms of Service
  • 2. install • Once the installation is finished, Dropbox provides a 5-page tutorial. Feel free to read this to get more familiar with the program.
  • 2. install • The blue Dropbox icon will appear in the top right corner of your menu bar, as shown by the green arrow.
  • 3. Desktop access • Click on the blue Dropbox icon and then select “Open Dropbox Folder.” Told ya, nothing new 
  • 3. Desktop access • Add a new folder by clicking on the Gear menu and selecting “New Folder.”
  • 3. Desktop access • Blue Circle=syncing in progress • Green Arrow=complete In order to access you have to wait for the green check
  • 4. sharing • Select the folder you want to share. • Select “Share This Folder…”. • This will take you to the Dropbox website. Just follow the prompts
  • 5. Online access • Dropbox is in the cloud…
  • 5. Online access • To upload a filed online, under the “Files” tab select “Upload.”
  • 5. Online access • Once your file has finished loading, it will appear in that folder EVERYWHERE (well, close).
  • 5. Online access • You can also share a folder from the website. Click the “Sharing” tab and click “Share a folder.”
  • 6. Public folder • Public folder available
  • 6. Public folder • Click the Dropbox icon menu and select “Copy Public Link.” You can now paste the link into an email, Facebook message, website, blog, or anywhere else.
  • Status icons…
  • Dropbox on your device App • Free app • Just log in • Everything will automatically sync To be aware • Cannot edit from your idevice • Format may change