Dropbox to very soon make a new change in their service which may make sharing files a little less straightforward. The cloud storage company will no longer be creating Public folders for new users starting on July 31 according to an email sent by Dropbox to the developers who use the Dropbox API.
According to their email, the new link-oriented sharing model is a more scalable way to handle the sorts of use-cases that people use the Public folder for, which is sure to help as the service continues to grow.
But there is little to worry for the existing users as the Dropbox representative left a note on the company’s support forums stating that the functionality won’t disappear for current users, but those who create new accounts after the cutoff date won’t be able to their dump files in a public folder to simplify sharing.
Source: Tech Crunch
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