(I don’t work for Dropbox. I found this t-shirt at a thrift store!)
I had never heard of Dropbox until I signed up for my Life coaching Course last year. It was a requirement to download it to your computer or whatever devices you use. The instructor sent and shared all information for the class in that app. Dropbox is easy and simple. When you sign up for an account, you’re given a virtual box to drop anything you like into. It’s password-protected and free with 2GB worth of storage. (Subscriptions are available for up to 100GB of storage for media-heavy users.)
Any file can be kept in Dropbox, which works like any other folder in your computer’s system. You can even make specific Dropbox folders public for sharing with other Dropbox users. If you want to share a file with someone who does not use Dropbox, you can send them a link. This is a great way to share documents or photos with family members, support staff, and collaborators.
Dropbox is about as universal as an app gets these days. It works with Mac, Windows, iPad, iPhone, and Android so files you create at home on the computer can be called up anywhere you’ve installed Dropbox. I’m a fan!