You can store a shortcut to a webpage in a Dropbox folder, just like you would store a file. Shortcuts open in your default web browser.
Shortcuts are stored with the file extension .web and are represented by a globe icon.
Note: In the Dropbox mobile app, you can open shortcuts, but you can’t create them.
You can rename, move, copy, and delete a shortcut exactly the same way you would a regular file, by clicking the … (ellipses) beside the file and choosing from the dropdown menu.
You can’t share a shortcut you’ve stored in Dropbox the same way you would share a file. To share it, you can send the URL itself.
However, you can share the folder the shortcut is stored in. The shortcut will open for anyone you’ve shared the folder with.