Dropbox files are easy to store and share from any location. When you connect your Dropbox account to Way We Do, your files will be easy to access, and updated in real time when you edit them.


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Insert Dropbox Files In Way We Do Policies and Procedures

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  1. Real Time Collaboration

    Dropbox files can be edited by all the people they are shared with. This means your team can easily collaborate on presentations, reports, and documents and the changes are shared automatically in the Dropbox, and your integrated files on Way We Do.

  2. Share Photos and Videos

    Dropbox is great for storing and sharing photos and videos that are often too big to be sent through email. To add this media to your workflow, simply connect these photos and videos to policies and procedures in Way We Do and your team can watch, learn, and collaborate easily.

  3. Share Any Dropbox File

    Whether your team works best with PDFs, Word Documents, Excel Spreadsheets, videos, or other file types, you can store them in Dropbox. Your team members can then access these Dropbox files within Way We Do at the click of a button.

What is it?
Dropbox is a cloud storage service that can be accessed from any device, in any location in the world. Dropbox also offers Dropbox Paper, a team collaboration tool, and Smart Sync, a space saving file storage option, on all of their business accounts.

Who is it for?
Dropbox can be used by individuals, large teams and enterprises.

How does Dropbox work with Way We Do?
Way We Do Administrators and Editors insert and attach files directly from Dropbox to any policy, procedure or checklist in Way We Do. Since the files stay connected to Dropbox, they will be updated automatically any time a change is made to the file. This is great for teams that frequently update slides, charts, images and videos as part of their daily work and reporting.

How do I set it up?

To integrate Dropbox with Way We Do:

  1. Make sure you are logged into your Dropbox account.
  2. Click the attachment icon in any Way We Do procedure.
  3. Choose Dropbox as the storage source, then select the file from the Dropbox that you want to attach.

Are there costs involved?
Dropbox offers 2 GB storage for free to individual users. There are also four premium level plans ranging from Plus (a larger storage capacity for individuals) to Enterprise.

Learn more about Dropbox pricing.

Is support provided?
Dropbox provides support through multiple channels including Community Forums, knowledge base, and live support for business team admins.

Have questions?