Dropbox in BetterCloud



BetterCloud is now the leading SaaS Operations Management platform! This means that you can now integrate multiple apps into your BetterCloud workspace, and use our tools to seamlessly manage users and data across your organization.

This article will detail the sections and tools in BetterCloud where you can find integrated Dropbox functionality. 

Connecting Dropbox to BetterCloud

 Before any functionality will be available for an app in BetterCloud, the app must first be connected and verified. You can find instructions for connecting apps here: Connectors


Alerts in BetterCloud allow you customize notifications across your organization, helping you to stay up to date on priority items. There are a variety of alerts available for G Suite in BetterCloud, which you can survey by clicking on the Google menu item in Alert settings. 

Here's how to get there: 

Alerts in BetterCloud currently available for the Dropbox Connector can be found here: Dropbox Alerts in BetterCloud

For more information and instructions for setting up a new alert, please see here: Alerts


Users and groups from your domain's Dropbox account are available in the BetterCloud directory. They will be marked with the Dropbox logo in the Application column on each Directory page:

Please note that users may have accounts in more than one service, which would cause them to appear with multiple application icons listed.

Read more about Users here: Users

Read more about Groups here: Groups

Data Management

The Data Management section of BetterCloud is home to file and folder data from connected apps, including Dropbox.

Dropbox files and folders in Data Management will be marked with the Dropbox icon listed in the "Application" column.


When entities are selected from primary grids and sub-grids in flyout tabs, an "Action" menu of available options will appear. If applicable, Dropbox actions will be available to select from the Action menu: 


Dropbox actions are available in the Workflow Builder, organized under the Dropbox header in the THEN section, and marked with the Dropbox logo. These can be combined with events, conditions and actions for other integrated apps, allowing you to build a truly cross-platform automation.

Additional events, conditions and actions for Dropbox are coming soon! 

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