To make the most of this cloud storage service, you must first understand how to correctly log in or sign in to your Dropbox account on various devices and how to handle any login issues you may encounter along the way.
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How to Sign Up for Dropbox in a Browser
Visit the Dropbox Login page.
You can sign in by clicking the “Sign in” button that is located in the top-right corner of the screen.
You will see the “Sign in” form with three options to log into Dropbox on the following screen.
- Use any of your Gmail accounts to sign into Dropbox directly by using the “Sign in with Google” option.
- Sign in with Apple- To access your Dropbox account, sign in using your Apple ID.
- Sign in with your email and password: Type in the email address you used to sign up for Dropbox, followed by the password, then click “Sign in.”
- You may quickly access your Dropbox account from any location at any time by following the short instructions above.
How to Sign Up for a Dropbox Account on a Mobile Device
You can access your Dropbox account and your files using a mobile device in addition to a web browser. By just logging in, the Dropbox mobile app allows you to access your account on Android, iPhone, and iPad.
The straightforward procedures you must follow to sign in to Dropbox on a mobile device are listed below:
The Dropbox mobile app must first be downloaded to your device using the links provided below:
For Android, get Dropbox.
Install Dropbox on your iPhone or iPad.
- You can also click this link: https://www.dropbox.com/mobile?trigger=on.
- You can also enter your phone number and the country code to receive a text or email containing a link to download the app.
Launch the Dropbox app after downloading and installing it on your smartphone. You have two choices:
If you wish to instantly check in using your Gmail account, choose Sign in with Google.
Have a current account? Choose this option to sign into Dropbox using your other email address and password.
Once more, you will see three choices on the following screen.
- To sign into Dropbox, enter your email address and password in the appropriate fields.
- Sign in using Google, as I’ve already mentioned.
- Use your Apple ID to log in.
- You will be able to login into your Dropbox account once you have finished entering the necessary information.
Steps for Using the Desktop App to Log into Dropbox
Installing the desktop application on your computer is the third way to sign into your Dropbox account. The website address is https://www.dropbox.com/install.
After downloading and installing the desktop application on your computer, sign into Dropbox with one of the credentials listed below.
- your password and email address
- Use your Google Account to log in.
- Use your Apple ID.
Login to Google Dropbox for Business.
There are many more features available in Google Dropbox for business than there are for personal use. Everything you need to maintain the smooth flow of your business is available with Dropbox Business. Additionally, you have access to a variety of programs depending on your company’s demands. You can choose to purchase a plan for your team or just yourself.
Here are a few business strategies for Dropbox:
Individual User Plans
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One user, 3 TB of safe storage, top productivity tools, and simple and secure file sharing are all included.
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3 TB of secure storage, 1 user, and additional featuresSend, sign, and store countless eSignature documents directly in Dropbox.
Normal: $12.50 per month per user
Collaboration and management tools that are simple to use; 5 TB of secure storage; and 3+ users.
Advanced: $20 per month per user
Three or more users, space as required by your team, capabilities for sophisticated admin, audit, security, and integration.
Enterprise: For pricing, contact sales.
User customization space as required by your team. Individualized assistance for administrators to manage at scale.
Before you can access your Dropbox Business account, you must first purchase a plan from this page: https://www.dropbox.com/business.To log in, use the related email address and password.
Login to Google for Dropbox Paper
Dropbox offers Paper for no cost. It is more than just a document; it is a kind of co-editing tool that enables collaboration in one location. To use paper to log into your Dropbox account:
- Visit the Dropbox Paper sign-in page.
- Paper can be accessed by logging into your Dropbox account with your email address and password, or by signing in with your Google or Apple ID.
How Can I Sign Out of My Dropbox Account?
The procedures for logging out of your Dropbox account on various devices are as follows:
- Using a Web Browser
Click on your profile picture and then select “Sign Out” to log off dropbox.com.
- On the desktop application
For the Dropbox desktop application to log you out:
- Select Preferences in the Dropbox Desktop App.
- Next, select the “Account” tab.
- If you have more than one account linked, click “Sign out” for the account you want to log out of.
- For confirmation, click “Sign Out” once more.
- Utilizing a mobile app
- For the Dropbox mobile app to log you out:
- Open the Dropbox mobile application.
- Visit the app’s settings
- On an Android device, touch “Settings” after selecting the menu icon in the top left corner of the screen.
- On an iPhone or iPad, tap the gear symbol in the top left after selecting the account icon (person) in the bottom right corner of the screen.
- You must be in the mobile settings of the account you want to sign out of for connected accounts. If not, change accounts before logging out.
- Select “Sign Out from this Dropbox” from the menu.
Having issues logging into Dropbox? Check Out Some Simple Solutions
- You misplaced your password.
You will encounter this problem the most frequently as a Dropbox user. The anxiety associated with remembering your password vanishes once you have signed into your Dropbox account on any device because you aren’t required to do so each time you access your account. However, if a network or technical issue causes you to lose access to your Dropbox account, you will need to input your password. If you can’t remember it, use these instructions to reset your Dropbox password:
- Visit the “Forgot your password?” page on Dropbox.
- Click “Submit” after entering the email address linked to your Dropbox account.
- Then, click the “Reset Password” option in the email you will receive from Dropbox on the associated email account.
- You can change your Dropbox account’s password on the new page by entering it again and selecting the “Submit” button.
- An unauthorized login attempt was discovered.
If a suspect sign-in attempt is discovered, you could occasionally find yourself unable to access your Dropbox account. Additionally, Dropbox may send you a security email that includes a one-time security code. Then, to finish the sign-in procedure, you must input the one-time security code.
You should immediately change your password if you didn’t attempt to sign in but still received an email, as that indicates that someone else is trying to access your Dropbox account. For more information and assistance, contact an Independent Dropbox Support Specialist.