Bring it all together with a unified home for work

Dropbox and Google Cloud bring all of your work together so you can stay focused on the things that matter.


NEW: Chrome OS users can now add Dropbox in the Files app to add, search, and preview files stored in your account, and copy them to other connected services. Customers who purchase a Chromebook will receive 100 GB of free Dropbox space for one year.

Create a unified home for work with Dropbox for G Suite (Docs, Sheets, Slides)

  • Boost productivity by creating new Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides from Dropbox, reducing time spent switching between multiple apps and tools
  • Store your Google Docs in Dropbox alongside other content, regardless of file type, so you can find all of your work in one place
  • Easily collaborate and stay up-to-date on your team’s work by receiving Google Docs edits and comments as notifications from Dropbox
  • Share Google Docs using Dropbox’s secure and robust sharing permissions, ensuring the right people have access to the right content


View, store, and share Dropbox files from your inbox with the Dropbox add-on for Gmail

  • Find and sync your Dropbox files in Gmail across devices so they’re accessible whenever you want them - even offline
  • Save new files from Gmail directly into Dropbox without leaving your inbox, reducing the need to toggle between apps
  • Include and share Dropbox links directly in Gmail so everyone has the correct version
  • Preview, comment on, and share Dropbox files in Gmail before choosing to download
  • Manage the visibility, access, and download permissions of every file, folder, and link you share using the Dropbox Admin Console


Bring your content and email together with the Gmail Extension in Dropbox 

  • Seamlessly send and share your Dropbox files on Gmail without leaving Dropbox​​
  • Choose a file, click ‘Open With,’ and send the file with Gmail


Manage users, devices, and apps from the Google admin console

  • Seamlessly sign in to Dropbox with G Suite single sign on, allowing users to connect their accounts and providing team admins with more control and visibility
  • Enable enterprise-class, single sign-on access via oAuth 2.0 or SAML 2.0 authentication methods
  • Effortlessly manage users and teams in Google’s cloud-based directory provisioning and de-provisioning Dropbox Business accounts as employees join the organization, change roles, or leave