However, Dropbox added a few other features to sweeten the deal. Smart Sync, which was previously only available for business accounts or the $ 20 monthly Dropbox Professional plan, is now available for Plus users as well. As a refresher, you have everything stored in Dropbox through the Windows and Mac file browsers, whether it's saved on your local storage or just in the cloud. When you try to find files, Dropbox is making Smart Sync more useful, as well: it's now automated. Once you start using Smart Sync, it'll look for files saved locally that you haven't accessed recently and remove them. They'll be available in your file browser and in the Dropbox web interface, you'll just need to download them. You can save files that you want to be saved locally in perpetuity, but this will help keep your hard drive from getting too full.
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These changes to the professional plan are going to cost extra, either – plans are staying $ 19.99 per month or $ 199 per year. Regardless of which plan you signed up for, these changes should start rolling out today.