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Today, I am going to tell you how I use my Dropbox account on my phone to save me time and headaches. Welcome to another Tech Tip Tuesday.
I’m going to go over how I use my Dropbox account on my phone to save me a lot of time and headaches. I actually have my phone in front of me, so hopefully, I won’t do the thing where I’m looking at my phone and not talking to the microphone.
I will do my best on this one, but I want to make sure I go over everything. It actually should be pretty quick, but there are a few things that seriously have been amazing and have totally saved my butt.
I’m going to go over the few things that I’ve got on here. It looks like I’ve got one, two, three, four, five to go over, and these should all be available in the free version.
I happen to have the pro version. One step up from free version. Where you pay 10 bucks a month. It is awesome and amazing. You get a ton of storage space that I haven’t even come closing to using yet. But all these things should be available in the free version.
One of the first things I do is…
***NOTE*** – Don’t know how important it is to you, but about half way through the episode I mentioned that I have 4 albums that pop up when I hit “Starred.” I meant folders. Not albums. Just in case it was a bit confusing. I didn’t even catch it until I was writing the notes.
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