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Connect with family

How Dropbox helped save precious family photos

Find out how memories and mementos in a dusty old suitcase led a recent college grad down a path of rediscovering her Mexican heritage.

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Stay organized at home—and while you work from home

Whether it's keeping your passwords synced across all devices, backing up your computer, or sharing important photos and documents with family, we’ve got the tools to keep your digital life running smoothly.
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Break down silos with a single source of truth

Multiple versions of the same information can unknowingly keep your team in the dark. A single organized source of truth keeps everyone in the know and makes it easy to coordinate and share.

Gather important documents and people in one organized place

A Dropbox Family plan is one place to digitize, share, and protect your online filing cabinet.

Each personal account is completely private and secure but with one plan, one bill, and 2,000 GB of storage for up to six people. Everyone also gets access to the shared Family Room folder for easy group sharing and coordination for photos, videos, IDs, records, or whatever your family needs.

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Photo organization made easier

It’s time to get organized, even if your photo album seems too far gone. Dropbox can guide you through digitizing, streamlining, and even automating your photo collection.

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How to turn your iPhone into a scanner

We all have that drawer stuffed with financial docs, handwritten notes, and more. Get organized and take your space back. Learn how Dropbox can protect your physical paperwork by capturing and digitizing important documents on the spot.

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How information architecture can help your distributed team

Your file system, communication channels, messaging, and tools are a few facets of information architecture. Learn how to use it and get straight to the point when your team needs to get work done.

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For all things worth organizing

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