I found this touching use of cloud storage while browsing through Dropbox – 100 Million Thanks sub-site. I tend to fall in love with well-done infographics.While the majority of us use Dropbox and other cloud storage options for backup and collaborative work, someone was inspired to use it as a place to store family “jewels” – interviews with their great-grandparent encapsulating his life story. There are many that revolve around a favorite personal hobby – photography.Inside the tool bar, there are four icons to choose from that perform different functions: A) the first one from the left is a shortcut to your dropbox folder B) the next is a shortcut to the photo-uploading service C) the third takes you to your designated favorite (starred) files D) the final icon on the right is a portal to the dropbox settings.Use them to navigate between different sections of the app.Click “Ok.” Your photos will begin to upload to Dropbox.
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If you create an Item and enter the first field label as "URL" then Data Vault will consider it to be a Login.
If this is not your intention then consider naming the first field label "Website" or similar.
Referring friends and others to sign up can net you a total of 18GB of free space, otherwise Pro paid solutions offer anywhere from 100GB to 500GB at monthly rates.
If you intend on backing up tons and tons of photos to Drop Box, jumping to one of the paid plans is probably a good idea, but even at the free level you can store a fair amount of your most important pictures and access them again at any time from anywhere.