Congratulations on choosing Dropbox Business! This guide will walk you through eight simple steps to set up your account. Transitioning to Dropbox Business will help your team get in sync, keep their data safe, and stay focused on your most important work.
As an admin, you can easily add or remove team members, monitor sharing activity, and protect company data. To get your team collaborating as quickly and successfully as possible, we recommend completing these steps within the first 30 days.
Is there another person who might help set up your team? Learn how to add or change an admin.
Notes before you get started
- If you're a Dropbox Business team member, check out the getting started guide for team members.
- If you're the admin of a Dropbox Business team with more than 250 team members, check out the getting started guide for large teams.
1. Give your team a space to work together
With a well-organized team space, your team can start getting the most out of Dropbox Business, right away. Your team has a shared workspace that functions like a shared drive. Create folders just for certain people, or for your whole team. The default setting gives everybody access, but you can change that with each folder. You’ll also have your own folder for personal files.