Once you've connected the extension with Dropbox you'll be able to manage files in your Dropbox and automatically have them synchronized on your Joomla website.
By extension you can even use the Dropbox's desktop software with your file browser to add/remove/manage your Joomla files.
Each category of files in Dropfiles is represented by a folder in Dropbox and a root folder with the name of the website that is connected. It also means that you can have both your local server files and Dropbox ones stored without any problems!
The synchronization works both ways, which means that you can upload files in Dropfiles (our Joomla extension) and then access and manage these files from Dropbox. This is perfect if you're looking to sync a large amount of files or to give a client access to a file category without giving access to Joomla administration panel.
The Dropbox - Dropfiles two-way synchronization includes:
Don't worry, you don't have to be a developer to ensure the connection works :) There's 2 connection methods, the first one is click and connect using your Dropbox username and password. The second method is to create your own Dropbox App to get your credentials. There are several synchronization methods that fit different server requirements, such as AJAX sync, Curl, or custom Cron tasks. You can also setup a synchronization delay or force the synchronization manually. Finally there's also the online documentation and our support team is available to help you with all your needs.
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