Dropbox Setup

Dropbox Setup


Dropbox can be used to store images after each session to give to the client after the event. You can authorize a Dropbox account in the Global Settings section under Email and Social Media.

* Dropbox is no longer required when using Twilio to send an SMS message.


Select Add Account in the top right corner and then Dropbox. Next you will need to authorize the account by double clicking on it and clicking the Dropbox button to access the API key.



1. Enable Dropbox upload by checking the box next to Post to Dropbox
2. Add a folder you would like for Booth to create and save the images to (item 2)
3. Choose your Image size
4. You can output with a different Template.
5. You can also enable animations to output to dropbpx as a GIF.

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