Access Tools like Google Drive, Evernote, Dropbox & Google Apps from one Location using Hojoki


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If you use a lot of so called productivity services like Evernote or Dropbox and you find that accessing them, or staying on top of changes to each service can become overwhelming and your looking for a way to stream line your access and view of these services, then you might want to check out the service Hojoki which will attempt to put all of these services in one place you can easily view them all, for more check out Hojoki.

Increase your Dropbox Space by Engaging in Dropquest II


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Last year Dropbox offered a really neat promotion where they would increase your accounts space if you did certain things, like refer the service to people, or share that you use the service on social networks you on, well the offers is back again and you can seriously increase your Dropbox account by sharing some love for Dropbox with others, for more check out DropQuest II.

Sortbox Makes sense of your Dropbox files based on Rules you Set


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If you find that your Dropbox account is overran by the amount of files you have in your main folder, then you might want to clean things up a bit and to that end you can use the webapp Sortbox to help keep things in order on your dropbox account, for more check out Sortbox.

Dropbox Update Gives Free space for Uploading Pictures from SD Cards / Smartphones


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The latest update to the popular cloud file storage service Dropbox, offers the ability to upload SD card or smartphone pictures to your account, and also gives you some free space for doing so, for more on what’s change with your Dropbox client, check out this official post HERE.

Add Cloud Storage Options to Right Click Menu in Windows 7


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If you use Cloud Storage as your preferred method of storing your files, then it might be nice if you could send files from Windows Explorer directly to the file storage service of your choice by right clicking on the file and select from the ensuing menus to send to file to lets say your Dropbox account or perhaps your Google Drive account, well you can hack Windows 7 to add this type of functionality to your system, check out this article with the details HERE.

Dropbox Makes Sharing your files easy with addition of Link Icon


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If your a Dropbox user, you might have noticed that you now have a chain icon next to your files, which you can share with others as a direct URL link to your Dropbox files, which makes sharing things much easier, for more check out this official Dropbox post HERE.

Drag Files from your Desktop into your Dropbox Account


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Perhaps you didn’t know that you can drag a file from your desktop into your Dropbox account using Firefox, Google Chrome or Safari browsers, which can be pretty useful if you have one or two files you want to quickly add to your dropbox account for safe keeping, for more check out this article that talks about dragging files to your Dropbox account HERE.

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