Dropbox Business team admins can set limits on how much storage space each member of a team can use. If you exceed your storage limit, or your team total usage exceeds your current plan, syncing will stop.
To view your current team usage, visit your account page. You will also see your individual usage and individual storage limit (if applicable) on this page.
If you see a message that your Dropbox Business account is “full” or “almost full,” it's because your team admin has set a limit on how much space you can use.
Note: Team members who exceed the space limit can still upload files to a team folder, or a shared folder owned by someone else on the team.
What should I do if my account is “full” or “almost full.”
If you're receiving one of these warning messages, there are two things you can do:
- Remove files to bring your account below the space limit
- Contact your admin to request more space
Once you've removed files—or been granted more space—you should no longer see the warning messages.
How do I remove files or delete them from Dropbox?
You can remove files or folders from your Dropbox in a few different ways:
- Drag them out of Dropbox and store them locally on your computer, phone, or tablet
- Drag them out of Dropbox and store them on some other storage device or application
- Leave a shared folder
- Delete them from Dropbox
If you'd like to delete files or folders from your Dropbox account, you can do so from the desktop app, mobile app, or dropbox.com:
How do I find the admin on my Dropbox Business team?
Learn how to find the admin on your Dropbox Business team.
How do I see how much storage space I'm currently using?
Check the remaining space on your Dropbox account.
How can I see the size of files, folders, or shared folders?
You can view file size in a few different ways:
There's currently no way to see the size of an entire folder or shared folder.