How to Share Dropbox Carousel Photos with Others on Android?

Dropbox Carousel allows you to easily share photos with others through the email apps on your device. But depending on the application, there is a limit on how many actual photos can be shared with others. You have sharing limit i.e 10 photos for email. if your limit is exceeded, Dropbox Carousel will only generate a link to the photos (instead of generating a link in addition to the actual photos).

Following are the steps to Share Dropbox Carousel Photos with Others on Android:

  1. Go to & sign in to your account.
  2. Download & install "Carousel by Dropbox" app on your Android phone from the Play store.
  3. Open "Dropbox by Carousel" app on your Android phone.
  4. Tap "Albums" icon located at the top on the screen.
  5. You will see all your photo and video albums.
  6. Open the album and select the photos which you want to share.
  7. Tap "Share" icon located at the top right corner on the screen.
  8. Tap "Other apps" tab.
  9. You will see the list of applications. Select "Gmail" option.
  10. A "Compose" window opens up.
  11. Enter the email address of your friends and subject line.
  12. Tap "Send" button located at the top right corner on the screen.
  13. All your photos will now be shared with others from Dropbox Carousel on Android phone.

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