Dropbox Access

Dropbox gives you secure access to all your files. Collaborate with friends, family, and coworkers from any device. Sign up for free. Login to Dropbox. Bring your photos, docs, and videos anywhere and keep your files safe. I had a Dropbox account associated with yahoo. Few years back I shared images, videos with myself via Dropbox. But today when I want to view those it says there are some reasons not to open. How can I access those as it shows no Dropbox account joint with my yahoo ID. Kindly any IT expert.

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I guess you can call this part three of my post on how I run my business from a web browser (read part two here). Being able to access my blog, docs, photos and emails from any computer is cool, but how about files stored on my home computer? How do I access those files from another computer or a web browser? The answer is Dropbox.

Dropbox is my favorite online storage service. Dropbox allows me to access my home computer files from any computer, anywhere in the world. Dropbox acts just like a network drive in the cloud. Drag a file from your computer to Dropbox and it’ll transfer to the Dropbox online storage service. Any updates to the file will auto update the file on Dropbox. You can access your Dropbox from any computer where you have Dropbox installed. If you’re on a public computer, you can log into your Dropbox account from a web browser. There is also a Dropbox iPhone app so you can access your files from an iPhone or iPod Touch.

Dropbox offers 2GB of secured online storage for free. If you need more space than that, they have a Pro50 account with 50GB of storage for $9.99 per month and a Pro100 with 100GB of storage for $19.99 per month. The video below explains Dropbox in plain english.

Open Dropbox Account

If you share a folder with someone, you can decide what permissions they have to your folder. Members of a shared folder can have one of three roles—editor, viewer, or owner.

Access
  • Editor: Any member you give this permission to can add, edit, or delete files in that folder.
  • Viewer: Any member you give this permission to can view and comment on files in a shared folder, but not add, edit, or delete files.
  • Owner: Only one member can be the owner of a folder. The creator of a shared folder is automatically the owner, unless they change the owner to someone else.

How to change a member’s access to a shared folder

Microsoft Access Dropbox

To change a member’s access permissions, follow the instructions for your device below.

On dropbox.com:

Dropbox Access Control

  1. Click All files in the left sidebar.
  2. Hover over the name of the file or folder and click the share icon (person).
  3. Click [x] people have access.
  4. Click the name of the member you want to edit.
  5. Next to the name of that member, click the dropdown and select Can edit or Can view.

Dropbox Access File

Using the Dropbox desktop app:

  1. Right-click the shared folder.
  2. Click Share…
  3. Click the name of the member you want to edit.
  4. Next to the name of that member, click the dropdown and select Can edit or Can view.

On your phone or tablet:

  1. Open the Dropbox app.
  2. Find the folder you'd like to share.
    • On Android: Tap the downward arrow.
    • On iOS: Tap '…' (ellipsis) or tap # members under the shared folder name.
  3. Tap Share.
  4. Next to the name of a member, click the dropdown and select Can edit, Can view, or Remove.
  5. If you’re changing permissions on a shared file, you’ll only have the option to Remove a member.
  6. Tap Send.