Dropbox offers an important file hosting service for anyone who wants to store data online. Dropbox is efficient and secure and there are very few negative complaints about their services.
Dropbox does face technical issues occasionally that can be cumbersome if you are trying to save files online. Most technical problems faced on Dropbox are simple and can be solved with basic procedures.
Technical support is available to all Dropbox users in English. However, if you another language, log in to your Dropbox account and see the options available to you.
You will not find a Dropbox support phone number online for security reasons. Any number you see online that claims to be Dropbox is a scam and you should avoid it.
You can get technical support from Dropbox in the following ways:
Dropbox help center
The foremost source of technical support from Dropbox is their help center. Dropbox has a well organized list of topics where users can go and get support for issues they face on the Dropbox site or app. You can find support from the help center using the following process:
The second place you should look if you want to get technical support from Dropbox is their community forums. Solutions on the community forum are from members of the community who are Dropbox users. They will offer practical solutions they have applied before that successfully solved the problem. If you do not find an answer immediately be patient and a community member will work to help you. To acquire technical support from the forum, follow these steps:
Chat and Email
You can also get technical support from Dropbox through live chat and email but it depends on what type of account you have. The support options are different for Basic, Plus, Professional and Business accounts. You will see the support options in your Dropbox account. Basic users can expect a response from email support within 1-2 days whereas Plus, Professional, and Business users can expect a response from email support within 24 hours.
Dropbox has a very active Twitter account. They often answer tweets and direct messages sent o the page including queries about technical support. It is difficult to describe a technical issue in 140 characters so this option requires a concise presentation of the issue. You can find the link to the Twitter feed from the Dropbox website.
Dropbox also has an online help desk which customers can use to get technical support. It will take an average of 3 hours to fix the problem if you use the help desk. The link to the help desk can be retrieved from GetHuman.
Dropbox offers tech support over the phone for Dropbox Business teams that are on Dropbox's Advanced or Enterprise plan. For security purposes Dropbox can only provide phone tech support to administrators of these teams.
After thousands of Dropbox customers came to GetHuman in search of an answer to this problem (and many others), we decided it was time to publish instructions. So we put together How Do I Get Technical Support from Dropbox? to try to help. It takes time to get through these steps according to other users, including time spent working through each step and contacting Dropbox if necessary. Best of luck and please let us know if you successfully resolve your issue with guidance from this page.
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