How to use Dropbox with EasyPractice
Dropbox is a file hosting service, often referred to as a "cloud storage" service. It is one of the oldest and most popular cloud storage services in use today, though there are many alternatives, including Microsoft OneDrive, Box, Sync, and Google Drive. When you subscribe to Dropbox, you are allotted a certain amount of storage space in an online server known as "the cloud." After installing the Dropbox app on your PC, mobile device, or both, any files that you store in your Dropbox locally will be copied to the Dropbox server as well.
This means that when you upload a file to Dropbox, you can choose to store it in the cloud for future use or allow your clients to have access to it and download it onto their own PC. This can be very useful for articles, information sheets or even personal files that you wish to share with your clients. It may be especially useful for you if you already use Dropbox as connecting it with your EasyPractice account allows you to keep everything in one place.
Get started integrating Dropbox
To get started with integrating Dropbox with EasyPractice, you will need to connect to the Zapier app in our system. Zapier is an integration which will not only let you connect with Dropbox but thousands of other apps too. This is very simple to do and can open up many possibilities for you. You do not necessarily need to be tech savvy to be able to use Zapier with EasyPractice.
To start using Zapier, go to "Apps" in the top menu when you are logged into your EasyPractice account. Then scroll down to "Advanced" and click "Activate" for the Zapier option.
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