We deal with a lot of clients and passing a lot of large files back and forth between them. It is easy enough for us to send them a large file by putting it on our Dropbox and sending them the public link for it. But there is no easy way for them to send us a large file via Dropbox. The only option I'm aware of is this:
- We create a shared folder on our Dropbox account and invite ClientX to have access to it. Then the client can drop files into that shared folder and then we can retrieve them.
The biggest problem with this is asking client's to sign up for and use Dropbox. Only a small fraction of the companies we work with use Dropbox. So asking them to jump through the hoops of signing up for and installing Dropbox on their own computers is a pain. They would rather just email super huge attachments to us.
I'm wondering if it's possible with Dropbox to create some sort of publicly accessible folder that anyone can upload to (given that they provide a password) via the browser without having to sign up for Dropbox or anything like that? Is this possible?