Dropbox Outage Map
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Dropbox is a file hosting service operated by American company Dropbox, Inc., headquartered in San Francisco, California, that offers cloud storage, file synchronization, personal cloud, and client software.
Dropbox Most Affected LocationsOutage reports and issues in the past 15 days originated from:
|Mexico City, CDMX||2|
|Bogotá, Distrito Capital de Bogotá||2|
|Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid||1|
|Holts Summit, MO||1|
|Belfast, Northern Ireland||1|
|Huánuco, Región de Huánuco||1|
|City of London, England||1|
|Rancho San Diego, CA||1|
|Lake Monticello, VA||1|
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@Lazybastid Thanks for the suggestion. I need 0.02 often! I do have Dropbox. I was worried that it would be considered SPAM or something. They said the limit was 10 MB and I broke it down to 1,5MB at most. It's so bizarre. I am getting to the point that I will fax it...
@arvidkahl Sounds like an education/training issue more than a lack of available tools. True, it should be more seamless to work on a file and then send a link inside an email to anyone to access the file could be improved, but between Dropbox, Google Drive, Sharefile, etc. lots of options
Portfolio’s aren’t screen dumps. Bunch of random screenshots on Art station doesn’t tell me anything of how the level is suppose to function. Dropbox with 100’s of images, yeah… Nope, I got enough problems to solve #gamedev #leveldesign
@jones_spencera This problem is more classic than vanilla ice cream. For anyone out there who isn’t aware of this, @Dropbox solves it nicely. It automatically: 1. Moves all screenshot files from Desktop to a DB subfolder 2. Generates a share link to clipboard so you can immediately paste it
@onlymischeif @Dropbox Would you like to share a bit more about your issue? If you already have a ticket open with Support, then please let us know the ticket reference number (eg. #12345678) and we'll be sure to forward your case to the appropriate team.
my spotify wrapped keeps crashing. apropos of nothing, i'm heading down to a usps dropbox in a different state to send their office a little "somethin' somethin'" 😈
@ScoonTv I typically backup to a few HD's so I have identical copies + a copy on a raid 5 setup like a Qnap + cloud backup, backblaze or Dropbox. I use Dropbox unlimited. Approaching 30TB. No issues.
Hey @DropboxSupport why is there never an option to talk to a human about a billing error?
@damienguard The task bar is completely broken compared to 10, and the File context menu hides the things I use most (7zip, Dropbox) behind a More Options item so 2 clicks are now 3 😡
@USAndChennai H1-B dropbox turn around times are excruciatingly slow for Chennai. I am not sure why. Taking more than 3 weeks for this compared to 5-8 working days elsewhere seems to be a little too much. Please re-evaluate the process!
@DropboxSupport I was never issued a license key after making a purchase over a week ago and have been trying to contact support about the issue and it still hasn't been resolved.
@draecomino VCs play an important role. E.g., @solana hired deep distributed systems and networking experts (people from Qualcomm, Dropbox, etc... and families to feed) and had to support this team while it worked heads down for years during a vicious bear market. Same for @StarkWareLtd .
Also gonna be shutting down my telegram channel since I can’t keep up with it like I would like too. Everything is going to be posted in Dropbox so whoever has my telegram channel will have access to all the content I’ve made.
@ComicBookYeti Yeah, I have a book out next year I'm going to want to send around. The only issue is the PDF is too big to email around...any smaller and it starts to artifact. Do you recommend a Dropbox link to the PDF in that case?
Providing a 'cloud' link to the public so that anyone with it can download an audio or video file -- would love to use Google Drive, but of course, recipients need a login (thanks Google!!) - Dropbox probably the best alternative? I know some people use AWS. Any thoughts folks?