How do Photos Work in Dropbox for Business?

Dropbox is available for both personal and business use. It allows you to upload photos, videos and files to your Dropbox account and share them with others. It has 'Camera Upload' feature, which is used to automatically backup photos and videos to your account. This Camera Upload feature is available for personal Dropboxes only. The Camera Upload is working for both mobile devices and computers. If prior to April 9, 2014, you used Camera Upload in Dropbox for Business. You just need to enable Camera Upload in your personal Dropbox to backup photos and videos automatically. You can also individually select the photos which you would like to upload to Dropbox for Business account instead of using the Camera Upload feature. You can control your files which you would like to upload and organize them into the folders. By doing this you can keep personal and business work separate.

You can connect your both personal and business Dropbox accounts. After connecting your accounts, you will be able to choose screenshots from your computer and it will automatically saved to your personal Dropbox account or business account. When you take your 1st screenshot, Dropbox will ask you to select an account where you want to save the photos.

If you are using your personal Dropbox account, you will see your photos on 'Photos' page located on the website. You can access your photos in Dropbox for business through this link

If you want to move photos between your personal Dropbox account to business account through the 'Dropbox Desktop Application', then the photos will transfer but not the albums in which they may have stored.

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