Can I have multiple Dropbox accounts?

If you're a Dropbox Business customer, yes! You can have both a personal Dropbox account and a work Dropbox account on your computer, devices, and dropbox.com. We support having a personal and a work Dropbox folder on Mac, Windows, iOS, and Android. Learn how to connect your two Dropbox accounts.

Only Dropbox Business customers can sync multiple Dropbox accounts to a single device. If you don’t have a Dropbox Business account, you can access a second Dropbox account by signing in as another account on dropbox.com. Or you can share files between multiple accounts by creating shared folders.

If you accidentally created multiple Dropbox accounts, you can merge them together.

Check to see if you have a Dropbox Business account

To check if you have a Dropbox Business account:

  1. Sign in to dropbox.com.
  2. Look at the bottom left of the page. If you see your company name, you have a team account. If you see Personal, you have a personal account.

If you have multiple Dropbox accounts, check each account. Once you find your Dropbox Business account, connect it with your personal account.

How do I upgrade to Dropbox Business?

If you'd like to be able to connect your personal and work accounts, you can upgrade to Dropbox Business. With Dropbox Business, you get increased admin controls, features like team folders, and more space. Dropbox Business is a team plan with a minimum of three users.

Share files between multiple Dropbox accounts

If you need to move files between accounts, you can share your files using shared foldersLearn how to move files between your Dropbox accounts.

How to have multiple accounts on one computer

If you're a Dropbox Basic, Dropbox Plus, or Dropbox Professional customer, it's also possible to use a different Dropbox account for each user login on your computer. While this technically means you can have several Dropbox folders on the same computer, you'll have to switch between each user account to take advantage of Dropbox's syncing features. This method is best for groups or families that have individual Dropbox accounts and use unique user logins on the same computer.

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