If dragging and dropping is just a bit to slow for sending files to your cloud syncing service of choice, this little Windows trick will put it one click away.
This actually works for any folder or app, and we’ve featured how to do it before — but it’s sometimes hard to see when the Send To menu is actually useful. This is one of those cases. To add Dropbox to your Send To menu, just open up Windows Explorer and type this in the navigation bar:
Press Enter, and then open up another Explorer window. Create a shortcut of your Dropbox, Google Drive, Skydrive or other cloud-syncing folder and drag it to the SendTo folder you just opened up. That’s it! Now, whenever you right-click on a file or folder, you can just click Send To > Dropbox and it’ll appear in your Dropbox folder. Be sure to check out previously mentioned DropPub, too, for an easy way to send them to your public folder and get a shareable link.