Safety first! Add a pin code to your Dropbox mobile app for added security. It’s a 4-digit passcode that you type in any time you open the app. Here’s how. And, if you use a password manager, you can sync your password database with Dropbox.
— ART (@heyart) June 24, 2014
2. Do work We heard from more than one fan about using Dropbox at the pub to share files with their colleagues back at the office. While we can’t advocate that specific use-case, it does show, you really can get work done from anywhere!
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— Stefan Leuenberger (@onkl0r) June 25, 2014
@Dropbox helps me move images around without having to email myself. key docs being available w/out me needing to know where I'll need them. — Michael Flores (@Mike_Flores23) June 25, 20143. Collaborate (and listen) We love hearing from musicans who use Dropbox to collaborate. It’s much faster to share your new tracks with a share link or collab using a shared folder than to email huge files back and forth.
@Dropbox Music collaboration between artists. Stems, samples, album works. It makes everything so much easier! — Nerd Show (@nerd_show) June 25, 2014
@Dropbox I use Dropbox to hold my Dj mixes then tweet out the links for others to enjoy them. Works great — Cold of Eviscerated (@ssmith0911) June 25, 2014Do you have any mobile #protips for extra Dropbox productivity? Share them in the comments below.