How to Upload Photos from your device's gallery to Dropbox?

Dropbox is a cloud storage service where you can backup photos, videos and document and then share them with friends and family. Moving photos from Instagram to Dropbox is easy. Dropbox can automatically upload photos & videos taken from your mobile device, using the camera uploads feature. If you are looking for the steps to Upload Photos from your device's gallery to Dropbox then, read on.

Here are the steps to Upload Photos from your device's gallery to Dropbox:
  1. Open the 'Gallery' on your device.
  2. Click on the 'Upload' icon which is placed at the bottom menu bar.
  3. Now the thumbnails from your device gallery will appear.
  4. Click on the photo you want to upload.
  5. Select 'Dropbox'.
Whenever you want to check the status of your files, locate the file in the Dropbox & look at the progress bar under the file name. Also, uploading to a shared folder allows other members of that folder to see your photo or video.

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