Lost files, accidental edits, or deleted work? Dropbox has your back.
Accidentally delete an important file? Unexpectedly wipe out everything? Rest easy knowing that Dropbox saves all of your lost files or work for 30 days (or longer for Dropbox Professional and Business users). And there’s no need to call support or send an email—you can restore deleted files yourself at dropbox.com.
Accidental file changes and deletions happen. With Dropbox, they’re easy to fix—pull up your version history to undo changes and restore old versions of any file.
Any time a team member moves or deletes a file in a shared folder, we’ll confirm with them to prevent files from being lost. And if they do accidentally delete or update a file in a shared folder, you’ll receive desktop and email notifications. You can then use file recovery to bring your lost file back to life.
Undo accidental edits, restore deleted work, or recover your files from threats like ransomware. With Dropbox Rewind, you can take a whole folder or even your entire account back to any time in the last 30 days (or longer for Professional and Business users).
File recovery is a way of restoring or recovering lost data because of accidental edits or deletion. Typically, you can recover pieces of lost data, deleted files or folders, or even an entire hard drive.
Yes, recovering or restoring deleted files from Dropbox is simple. On dropbox.com, navigate to the Deleted files page, select the file or folder you’d like to recover, and click restore. Dropbox keeps your deleted files and edits for up to 180 days, depending on your plan.
Dropbox stores previous versions of your file for up to 180 days depending on your plan; your file history doesn’t count toward your storage quota. To see your file history on Dropbox, first find the file in your account on dropbox.com. Then, click Version history and select which version you’d like to preview. After you’ve seen the file edit history, you can choose to restore it or stay with the current version.
Dropbox Rewind works by reverting your folders or even your entire account back to a specific point in time in the last 30 days (or longer for Professional users)—restoring everything in your Dropbox account to what it looked like before your mishap. Rewind makes fixing big accidents or recovering your files after data disaster simple. Note: Rewind is not available for Basic users.