• Daniel HaimDaniel Haim, almost 8 years ago

    Why wouldn't I just right click and "copy link" from the Dropbox folder? (on my Mac?)

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  • Chris SlowikChris Slowik, almost 8 years ago (edited almost 8 years ago )

    AWESOME. Love it! I use droplr constantly and this will definitely replace it. If you're still giving away promo codes, I'd appreciate it immensely! Pretty much our whole studio uses software like this and dropbox... so I think we'll be making the switch.

    Hotkey for screenshots would be amazing.

    A cool option would be to enable a max limit for total cloud space used, and the ability to just let it remove the oldest file when the limit gets hit. (For example, I allow 1gb for shares, and if i hit the limit, the oldest thing drops out to make room for the new upload)

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  • Jeffrey KamJeffrey Kam, almost 8 years ago

    This is awesome. I'd definitely use this

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  • Jason CarulliJason Carulli, almost 8 years ago

    Bought. Love the potential.

    These days I mostly just share screenshots with my team and I have been using a shell script triggered through Keyboard Maestro to capture, give the file a generic 5 character name, upload to a specific folder inside DB, and copy the link to the clipboard. What I was never able to leverage was the db.tt short url.

    For sharing files other than screenshots, I move files with a hotkey to a specific DB folder which has a folder action attached that copies a shareable url to the clipboard.

    That said, having a simple app like Dragshare which uses the db.tt short url would be great to displace both hacks. A couple of things though.

    1. Will you allow for targeting a specific folder inside of Dropbox instead of the Apps > Dragshare folder?

    2. Any plans for hotkey support? eg. select a file and hit a hotkey to send the file to the Dragshare folder and copy the link to the clipboard?


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  • Michael SaccaMichael Sacca, almost 8 years ago

    I'd definitely confuse that icon with Droplr at a glance.

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  • Rick Waalders, almost 8 years ago (edited almost 8 years ago )

    Hey guys,

    Dragshare for Dropbox is a new Mac app I've built, which makes sharing files through your Dropbox account really easy. You can drag a file to the icon in your menu bar and it will copy the Dropbox share link to your clipboard. It also shows a popup where you can either: open the link in your browser / send the link by email to someone / share the link on Facebook/Twitter. If you drag multiple files to the menu bar, it will zip them automatically. This way you can share files in seconds without having to use another third party service. All your files are safely stored within your own Dropbox account.

    It's available as a download from the Mac App Store, but there's a trial version too. I'll also hand out a couple of promo codes too for DN users who like the app.

    I'd love to get some feedback from you guys.

    Check out the mini website at http://dragshare.co or the video at https://vimeo.com/81178870

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