Dropbox together with Google Drive are probably the best cloud services available for us in education and for free. Of course both of them have paid upgrade options. Some of the things I like the most about these services is that they let you upload your files to folders accessible anywhere there's an Internet connection.These files can include — text documents, photographs, videos, music and more.
I invite you to check this resource section to learn more about how you can leverage Google Drive in your teaching. I have also recently started another section but this time for Dropbox. however, Dropbox, just like Google Drive, is only powerful when used together with its integrated apps. Mashable has shared with us some ways to get the most out of Dropbox and amp up your user experience. I have selected these 6 tips and i want you to try them in your own Dropbox. check them and let us know what you think of them.
The tips below are taken from Mashable post entitled : 10 Things You did not Know Dropbox could Do. Check it out for more explanations on each of these tips.
1- Favorite files for offline reading
2- Email files to dropbox as attachments
3- Upload files to Dropbox via URL
4- Back up your website
5- Host web pages
6- Use Dropbox as your default memory folder