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Using the 123ContactForm Dropbox integration you can have the files uploaded by visitors through your form sent directly to your Dropbox account at form submission. Follow the steps below to enable the integration:
- Build a form that contains at least one File Upload field.
- Go to Settings → 3rd Party Apps, select Dropbox in the applications list and click Add.
- Click Connect Account in the application box, provide your Dropbox login data and allow the application to access your account.
That’s it! Now, when somebody uploads a file through your form and sends it, the file will arrive in your Dropbox account. Other than that, uploaded files will behave normally they will be sent to you via email as attachments (when the file size is smaller than 5MB) or as download links (when the size is larger) and will appear as download links in the Submissions section of your 123ContactForm account.
The file formats that can be sent through the Dropbox integration are all those that are normally supported by 123ContactForm web forms. Find the list of supported file formats here.