Given an URL to any file online and Dropbox, can I save the file at the URL in Dropbox without downloading the file?
Any of these services can do it:
- ctrlq.org/save (Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive, Box)
- UploadtoDropbox.com (up to 64mb files for free)
- URL Droplet (up 30mb files for free)
- sideCLOUDload (up to 25mb files for free) (Dropbox, Email)
The best one and definitely without any Limits is Ctrlq
it can even move a file size up to 1Gig (or more) to your cloud storage. but onedrive doesn't support that, you can use google drive as the save location. and this is kinda useful. for example to keep a backup of your website somewhere other than your hosting account in case of failure.
You can do that using AutoFileMove WebURL feature, You can use any file URL and transfer to dropbox, ftp or amazon s3
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