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Dropbox now lets you switch between your personal and teams accounts without logging out

Dropbox now lets you switch between your personal and teams accounts without logging out
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Dropbox has earned its place as a powerful productivity tool among individuals and teams, but in playing two roles, many Dropbox users are now stuck with two separate accounts, forced to constantly log in and out. Now, to ease the experience for users bound to a teams and a personal account, Dropbox has added the ability to easily switch between the two without ever logging out (Google-style).
It's noteworthy that this feature will not affect Dropbox users that own two separate personal accounts. If you're not a member of Dropbox for Teams, you're out of luck.
Image Dropbox now lets you switch between your personal and teams accounts without logging out
If you're a team player, simply log into Dropbox, click your name in the top right corner, select  "Switch Accounts," and sign into your second Dropbox account. You will then be able to quickly switch back and forth, and when you do sign out, both account sessions will end simultaneously.
Of course, offering this feature to holders of multiple personal accounts would be great too, but that move could also undermine Dropbox's monetization strategy by making it easy for users to link free storage together. Alas, for now at least team members can benefit.
➤ Dropbox for Teams
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