How to move Dropbox folder back to its default location on a Mac, manually?

You can move your Dropbox folder to any location on your hard drive or external hard drive using the Dropbox desktop app.  Changing location may harm the process how Dropbox syncs files. If you changed the default location, following is the step by step procedure to move Dropbox folder back to its default location on a Mac, manually
  1. Click the Dropbox icon in your system tray or menu bar.
  2. Click the gear icon.
  3. Click Preferences….
  4. Open the Account tab.
  5. Click the dropdown beside Dropbox location.
  6. Select Other…
  7. Open the Applications list.
  8. Click the Applications dropdown, and select your hard drive.
  9. Open the Users folder.
  10. Select your computer username (it will likely have a "home" icon beside it).
  11. Click Select.
  12. Confirm the move by clicking Move.

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