There are several ways you can expand your Dropbox storage – often free of charge. Here’s what you need to do about it.
Files can be easily backed up online in Dropbox’s cloud storage. A normal Dropbox account has 2 GB of storage capacity. However, completing tutorials or completing tasks can unlock more free Dropbox storage. We’ll show you how to do it.
Unlock free Dropbox storage
Under www.dropbox.com/getspace, You can easily find out which methods you can create even more space. Dropbox keeps adding new opportunities. So it’s worth checking in regularly:
Getting Started to perform
Click “Getting Started with Dropbox” or visit alternative https://www.dropbox.com/gs. Here you will find brief instructions to get you started. These should help you to find your way around Dropbox better. Currently (May 2020), there is 250 MB of storage space for completing the introductory program. You don’t have to complete all of the tasks on the list to do this.
Recommend Dropbox to a friend
You can recommend Dropbox to a friend. To do this, you need to send an invitation link. If your acquaintance or friend creates a Dropbox account using this link, you and you will each receive 500 MB additional storage space. You can do this up to 32 times and unlock a whopping 16 GB of additional memory.
But be careful: this only works if your friend creates an account.
Follow Dropbox on Twitter
If you want to follow Dropbox on Twitter, a new window will open. There you have to enter your user data for Twitter. Then click on “Authorized App. ” You will now be credited with 125 MB.
You can provide your feedback by clicking “What do you like about Dropbox.” Enter a short message for the developers here and click “Send to Dropbox. ” Once you’ve done this, you’ll be credited with 125MB of Dropbox space.
Buy Dropbox storage
Last but not least, there is still the paid version: You can purchase one terabyte of storage space for € 9.99 a month or € 99 a year. More storage space is not possible for private customers. The subscription can be canceled at any time. Even after you cancel, you can still access all of your data – even if they exceed the free storage space. However, you cannot upload new files again until you have freed up enough space. Syncing between devices using the Dropbox app will also not work if too many files are uploaded to your free Dropbox account.