The users of Dropbox Pro will now be allowed to save a whole folder for offline viewing. Sometimes you don’t have time and you need to save your data too. Other times you have an issue with the internet connection but you have an important work to do. This will surely help you.
The Dropbox blog read,
“This feature has been a top request from users, so we’re excited to bring it to our Dropbox Pro, Business, and Enterprise customers. With mobile offline folders, you can tag an entire folder to have its contents automatically synced to your phone or tablet—no need to mark individual files for download. Just open Dropbox while you’re connected to the internet, and the app will take care of the rest. So whether you’re on the go or off the grid, you’ll always have access to your most important info.”
You only need to open Dropbox and choose Available Offline option. The file will be saved for using it later.
Dropbox is a file sharing site. You can add the file and then access it from any other device.
The feature will be available on Android phones in just a few days and iOS users will have to wait till the early next year to use this feature.