I've attempted to use the online utility on the website to share my files, but much of my work is spanned over dozens of files all within their own folders. All you can do with the upload feature on the website is upload files and for my projects this would take a long time.
Since you are already using Dropbox, you might want to check out Dropbox Portable, you can run it from a usb thumbdrive, no install on your target computer required. You can find more information about it here: This can also be done from the command line:. Then once you are at home, download that file where you want the folder to go. This can also be easily done from the command line with:. In the rare event that you are using files with no tar format such as. When you hover a folder in the web interface, you'll see a down arrow to the right.
Click it and you'll get the option to download the whole folder as a ZIP file.
As for uploading multiple files, their new design allows that pretty easily, but for folders, I don't know a good way to do it. I can only recommend the mobile application for that as well. If this is going to be a constant and ongoing thing with folders you might want to invest in some web space and then use a FTP application to move files across computers.
This wont answer your question fully, but will show how to upload a folder with many files in it to your Dropbox webpage without storing them on your computer.
Upload files from a phone or tablet
I was looking at how to upload large folders to my online dropbox from my external storage drive without storing them on my computer. I then uploaded a mb folder full of video and pics to this folder at online webpage simply by dragging it from my external drive into the Dropbox folder on my computer. It saved me uploading about files separately. I now had all my pics on my external drive and the Dropbox webpage but not wasting space on my computer dropbox folder.
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Please, I beg of you, as one of your customers and users, fix this for us. Thank you in advance. I use a Samsung Tab 4 7. Whether that is a limitation of the device, the OS, the file manager or Dropbox doesn't really matter to me I will batch up files to upload to Dropbox. One limitation that does matter to me is that if several folders are selected to upload to Dropbox all of the files end up in one folder, the currently selected one.
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One workaround is to ZIP up the files maintaining the folder hierarchy. I can unzip that file to its own folder using 7zip on my desktop computer which syncs to Dropbox and voila - all of the original folders are now on Dropbox and I can delete the ZIP file to free up space. As for the post I am replying to I would appreciate someone clarifying whether that is a limitation of the mobile Dropbox app - or the Android or iOS platforms or devices.
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