DPD Update: Send to Dropbox
- April 16, 2015
- 3 Comments
In this week’s update we have a new feature for customers- they can now send their downloads directly to their Dropbox account instead of downloading.
This new option, which can be disabled on a per-store basis by the vendor under Store Preferences, adds a “Send to Dropbox” button for each downloadable file on the delivery page:
Clicking the Send To Dropbox button will open a dialog that lets the customer log in to their Dropbox account and decide which folder the item should be placed in:
Once the buyer tells Dropbox where to save the file thats it! Dropbox will copy the file directly from DPD to the buyer’s Dropbox folder and sync with their desktop and devices.
We think this will be great for all customers, letting them reliably download files even when they have a poor connection, but Vendors can disable the Send to Dropbox option on a per-store basis by going to Store Preferences in the left menu and unchecking the “Enable Send to Dropbox” option.
Other bug fixes in this release:
- Fixed a cart issue when a country that does not use states / provinces still displayed a state selection.
- Fixed invoice translations being applied and made invoice use standard language translation pulldown.
- Fixed buttontext and buttonhoverbg colors not applying to the checkout button in the cart.
- Fixed not being able to uncheck the “Show once per sale” option on conversion tracking integration.
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by Greg Thurman
Apr 20th, 2015
Love the new “Send to Dropbox” functionality. Thank you so much for adding this!
by Robert Dingley
Apr 23rd, 2015
Is it safe to assume that the file still retains all of the restrictions that exist in the store? And that the file cannot be shared/distributed?
Aug 10th, 2015