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Natalies123

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I have a website through godaddy web builder (ugh) and was able to put in a file upload button, but it can only go up to 10mb. I'm trying to find a third party feature for clients to upload larger files. My site does not come with hosting options. I've tried drop it to me, which I thought was great, but my clients are apparently confused about entering a password (which I have on my site, but I guess they don't see) and they don't like that you can only send one file at a time. Does anyone know a third party feature to upload to dropbox or copy.com or my adobe storage, or really any other option for this upload button to be simple for clients when my site itself doesn't host?
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SecurityGuy

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Hello Natalies123,

I recommend you to take a look at this one: Dropbox forms.
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Alina Silviu

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Hi,

 

Take a look at this file sharing service offering 20gb free space.


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