Dropbox saves URLs you drag and drop on the web and PC

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Mariella Moon
August 20th, 2015
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Dropbox saves URLs you drag and drop on the web and PC

We're sure you have your own methods for saving project resources, but if you rely on Dropbox heavily, then this latest update will help make the process a lot easier for you. The cloud service now saves URLs you drag and drop into the desktop app or the website itself -- once they're synced, just click 'em when you need 'em. You can keep all the URLs you need for a project or a research paper in one folder, for instance, so you can access them on any computer. The feature's even more useful if you're working on a team project, since members will be able to save and access each other's sources regardless of their default browsers. Now nobody can use not being able to access the sources everybody else compiled as an excuse to not do their part.

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