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Submitted by mrxbox 805d ago | news

Updated Feature Of DropBox – Proves To Be Useful For Its 100 Million Users

Webmuch: The blog of Dropbox came up with a notice, thereby announcing the introduction of a useful feature. This feature is the ability to share links from your desktop too. Even though it’s small it is quite useful, it has contributed to the flexibility of the service of Dropbox. It is a renowned service of file hosting. Users will have the option to share the link of Dropbox when they will ‘right click’ on a particular file in Desktop. Clicking will also provide the users along with hyperlinks that you can also copy and paste. (Dropbox, Services)

EzioFan  +   806d ago
Small steps, albeit useful ones. This stuff makes quite a few things convenient. Great addition!
Gondee  +   805d ago
Finally! You have been able to do this on the IOS app for while now

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