Dropbox Shop, a platform that allows creators to sell digital content directly to customers, is currently open beta. The company is also updating the platform and adding tipping features. Customize your storefront, URLs, and HTML codes.
Dropbox Shop allows users to establish product listings for digital content. Create a bespoke image, audio, or video preview, and then publish your price. Creators can now enable tipping. Once created, Dropbox links can be pasted into social media posts, emails, web pages, and more.
Customize your Shop URL and start your own e-commerce storefront. Dropbox has joined with Stripe and PayPal to give authors more payment choices than just credit cards and Google Pay. Users can also access sales data, customer information, and history transactions.
Sell educational courses and resources, digital art, graphic design, music or audio files. Sell personal finance spreadsheets. Sell exercise and wellness films. Dropbox Shop accepts a wide range of image, audio, and video types. Each listing can have various file kinds.
Dropbox said it doesn’t presently collect a percentage of transactions because it is still developing the programme. This may change once Dropbox Shop leaves beta. Individuals on Dropbox Basic, Plus, and Professional plans can start using Dropbox Shop beta today.
As the creative economy grows, more people want to sell their digital items. Dropbox Shop aims to compete with other online platforms that let creators and users sell digital things, like Shopify and SendOwl.
Along with Dropbox Shop, the business unveiled the latest version of Dropbox Backup. Backup now includes a restoration flow and other parameters to manage your computer’s backups. Backup, according to Dropbox, can be used to ensure you’ve done all necessary precautions to preserve your files. Dropbox Backup is included in all plans and is also available to new and Basic customers.