Dropbox is a file hosting service that offers cloud storage and file synchronization.
Within Teamwork, you can integrate your site with Dropbox in order to enable it for individual projects.
Note: This integration only supports personal Dropbox accounts.
Enabling the Dropbox integration at site-level will not result in any file syncing. This is done at project level.
Once connected, you can link to your files from your Dropbox account directly in the Files area of the project, or attach them to tasks or messages like you would with any files you have uploaded directly.
First, you will need to authorize Teamwork to connect to your Dropbox account.
To do this, click your profile icon to the top right of your site and select Apps & Integrations from the dropdown menu.
Note: Only owner company site administrators can enable the Dropbox integration at site and project level.
In the Integrations area, scroll to the Dropbox section and click the Enable button.
You will then have the option to authorize one Dropbox account for your entire site or allow each project to authorize a different account.
Once you click Save Changes, you will be brought to a Dropbox authentication screen to log in and authorize the integration using your relevant Dropbox credentials.
When authorizing one Dropbox account for your site, you will see an option to select a top level folder.
This allows you to control which files in your Dropbox account are accessible from Teamwork.
When you then enable Dropbox on individual projects, you will be able to choose this folder for the specific project or set the project folder as any of the ones within this root folder.
If you have selected for each project to authorize a separate Dropbox account, the account and folder selection process will take place at project level.
For more information, see: Enabling the Dropbox Integration on Individual Projects