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Dropbox beta for Mac adds sync to the desktop, documents and downloads

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Published on Mar 29, 2020

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Dropbox beta for Mac adds sync to the desktop, documents and downloads

Dropbox is adding a new synchronization feature to its app for Mac, to extend the functionality beyond the folders documents, downloads and desktop.

As reported by 9to5Mac:

Dropbox on the Mac is slowly expanding its feature set and the way it works, and today the latest beta adds the option to sync documents, downloads and desktop. In my tests (only the folder of the download), it worked perfectly. Once enabled, there will be a folder My Mac in your dropbox that will contain all the folders of the download.

This function will probably be very popular among the users Dropbox business as it will almost backup. The default place for the storage of many documents is on the desktop. Instead of having to re-train the people to store documents in a Dropbox folder for synchronization, the files can be stored in the main three positions.

This news of Dropbox comes at a time when iCloud has finally launched the sharing of folders with iOS 13.4.

The company announced at the beginning of this month to have rewritten the sync engine main.

In the last four years, we have worked hard to rebuild the sync engine of our desktop clients from scratch. We are proud to announce today that we have shipped this new synchronization engine (code named “Nucleus”) to all users of Dropbox.

You have access to the latest beta of Dropbox for Mac? Have you enabled the sync function of desktop? Let us know in the comments.

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