Use An Alias Folder In Dropbox To Quickly Save iOS Attachments 

Use an Alias Folder in Dropbox to Quickly Save iOS Attachments

Saving email attachments and other files to Dropbox is a great way to smooth out your workflow between working on your phone and your computer, but it gets a little messy. Over on the Sweet Setup, they suggest using an alias folder so you remember to actually check it.

In their case, they suggest creating a folder in Dropbox called "To Process", making an alias folder (Then create an alias folder (Right-click > "Make Alias"), and placing that folder on your desktop. Then, when you save files from your iOS device, you can send them to that folder so you'll actually remember to look at it and do whatever work you need to do.

Quick tip: Use Dropbox and an alias folder to process attachments from iOS [The Sweet Setup]


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