Today we are writing an interesting tip related to Gmail and the popular cloud file saving system Dropbox.
Gmail is the service I’m using to sent emails to my friends, coworkers and Dropbox is the cloud storage system I use to save my precious photos and documents. I would be happy if there is a method available to save my Gmail attachments to Dropbox automatically.
I won’t need to do that manually. Finally, I found a solution to save my all Gmail attachments to Dropbox automatically. It’s really easy to do and anyone can try this. Here we go.
1. Go to IFTTT.
IFTTT is a web-based service that allows users to create chains of simple conditional statements. Sign up for IFTTT or sign in if you already have an account.
2. Authorize your Gmail and Dropbox accounts to IFTTT.
3. Use this IFTTT recipe Save Gmail Attachments to Dropbox.
That’s it. IFTTT will automatically create a Dropbox folder path “IFTTT/Gmail Attachments” to save files. You can also edit the Dropbox folder path below to your liking. From now IFTTT will save your Gmail attachments to Dropbox automatically.