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Dropbox Bot

Reduce the risk of data loss and ensure information security and accountability. Automatically archive documents to your Dropbox account with the Save to Dropbox Bot.
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What the Bot does
The Bot archives completed documents to your Dropbox account based on the ‘if-this-then-that’ conditions you set.
When to use
Install and configure the Bot to automatically move completed documents such as contracts, agreements, and any other documentation to the Dropbox account you use.
  • Author airSlate Inc.
  • Setup duration 5-10 min.
  • Used in 58 Templates
  • Used in 28 Workspaces
  • Installed 280 times in the last 30 days
  • 99% success rate
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Get your automated workflows up and running in minutes with the Dropbox Bot. No coding required.

Select where and which documents will be archived
Configure Bot settings
First, connect to your Dropbox account. Once connected, select a folder for archiving documents or create a new one. Then, select the documents and specify which revisions you want to archive.
Note: To install and configure Bots, start by creating a workflow.
Add multiple conditions and tell the Bot to run when all or some of them are executed
Add conditions for when the Bot should run
Define what will trigger the Bot to act. These can be a specific date, document data, user roles, email, or name. E.g., tell the Bot to archive a document once all fillable fields have been completed.
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View the Bots log or use tags to check if the Bot ran successfully
Get your documents archived to your Dropbox account
Once the Bot is configured, share your document with anyone who needs to sign and complete it. Based on the conditions you’ve set, it will be archived to the selected Dropbox folder.
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Questions & answers

Here is a list of the most common customer questions. If you can’t find an answer to your question, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

Dropbox Bot

When it comes to data-sensitive documents, information storage matters the most. We used to put paper documents in folders and then place them in boxes, bookcases, etc. It became a problem though when we started running out of storage space. This is when cloud storage stepped in. However, it itself requires optimization and continued development to efficiently move data from one location to another and archive it properly. airSlate is opening the doors to the future of business process automation.

Learn how to archive files in Dropbox using the Archive to Dropbox Bot from airSlate.

With robotic workflow automation, you can store your documents in just a click after they’ve been executed.

No need to manually transfer documents to a Dropbox folder.

Simply set up airSlate Bots, add a condition that defines when the Bot will archive files to Dropbox and get your document securely stored in the chosen folder.

A powerful solution like airSlate’s Archive to Dropbox Bot has many benefits:

  • Improved data accuracy
  • Increased productivity
  • Time and effort saved
  • Easy data tracking
  • Stronger security for information

Now that you know how to archive to Dropbox without the need to code or use manual labor, start optimizing your business process automation.

Eliminate repetitious activities without having to write code

Utilize Dropbox Bot

Begin a new Flow and transfer forms or create documents right on the platform to initialize the Bots option. Find an appropriate Bot from the list.

Set it up

Open up the Bot setup. Fill out all the required fields to modify general and advanced options. Don’t forget about indicating activation circumstances to protect yourself from false activations (you can add several circumstances).

Figure out the way it works

Implement the workflow and discover the outcomes. Ensure the software robots operate correctly. If something goes wrong, check the Bots log to fix the errors and run your Flow once again.
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