Instead of using browser bookmarks, which only appear on a specific browser and device, you can save frequently visited websites as URL files in your Dropbox. For iOS users, clicking on a shared link will give you the option to “Open in app.” Android users can choose to always directly open files within. Now, you can drag and drop URLs into your Dropbox — on the web and into raymondsaumure.com or download the latest version of the Dropbox iOS.
Using the share extension on iOS 8, you can now upload a file to your Dropbox account from anywhere on iOS. A welcome new feature lets you drag and drop links to Dropbox. The Dropbox app for both iPhone and iPad not only stores all your files but lets you share them with people when and if you need to.
I often go through Twitter on my iPad or iPhone, and it would be great to be able to quickly save URLs to my Dropbox via the iOS share sheet. If the document is already linked with your account, the URL will simply take you directly to the Dropbox app, where you can edit or open it. this is all I can do with the Dropbox copy link function, it seems that no public folder link generation is active: IMAGE DOES NOT SHOW [IMG] url. The only thing you can do with the Dropbox url-scheme is connect your Dropbox App to it. Like this: var key = "[YOUR API KEY]"; var secret.