This article will define common terminology and icons used in both U-M Dropbox and U-M Google. It will also define terms that are not in Dropbox or Google.
The following chart provides you with a comparison of frequently used features and functionalities in U-M Dropbox with those of U-M Google Drive.
This document explains what steps to take before you leave the university and lose access to your U-M Dropbox account.
This document outlines the different ways to access your U-M Dropbox data and the best practices for doing so.
This document explains how folder settings and permissions function in U-M Dropbox.
Each cloud collaboration service you use stores files in different ways. These differences can cause confusion and frustration when trying to find the files you own. This document provides steps for finding the files you own in the university’s various cloud collaboration services: Dropbox, Google, Microsoft 365 (OneDrive), Slack, and Zoom.
This document provides step-by-step instructions on how to install and use the Zoom for Dropbox integration.
This document provides information on how to install the Dropbox application on your various computer and smartphone devices (U-M and non-UM).
MCommunity Directory groups are synchronized to U-M Google and U-M Dropbox so you can use them when sending email, sharing resources, and collaborating. This document lists what parts of MCommunity groups are sent to U-M Google and U-M Dropbox.
U-M Google shared drives (formerly Team Drives) and Dropbox Team Folders are great for maintaining a shared document repository. However, there are important differences in feature availability and functionality between each. This documentation provides a table that outlines how the two compare.