Sometimes, accidents can happen. You mistook a file for another and you deleted it from Dropbox. However, you needed that document, and now it is nowhere to be found.
Also, it might seem that you need that document after all. It is important for an app that stores data to have an option to recover lost files and folders.
Dropbox has this flexibility, so you can recover your files after you deleted them.
Moreover, we recommend keeping your data on hardware as well. There are situations when you don’t have access to the Internet and you need a certain document.
Not being able to recover your lost files could be a major issue for some users, but luckily, Dropbox has your back. So, today we will show you how to restore deleted Dropbox files.
Restore deleted files in Dropbox
- Go to Files.
- Click on Deleted files in the sidebar.
- Select the name of the deleted file or folder you want to recover.
- Click Restore. If you’re restoring a large number of files, this will take some time.
It is worth mentioning that you can select multiple documents at once by clicking the checkbox icon.
As you can see, there is nothing to worry about. You can recover your deleted files quite easily. Of course, if you click on Permanently delete, you will delete your files for good.
So, the delete function in Dropbox works like Recycle Bin in Windows. By clicking on Delete, you move the files to “the trash”.
However, many users encountered some severe issues in Dropbox. Luckily, we have the solutions. Bookmark this article in case you need it later.
Also, it is worth mentioning that you can recover only the files where you have editing access. The “read-only” documents are deleted for good from the first click.
If you don’t find your deleted file, type the name (or part of the name) of the document in the search box.
Moreover, if you have a Business or a Professional account, you can search a certain document by any keyword from the file.
Regardless of your account, you can search for many types of documents, such as Word files, PowerPoint documents, PDFs, Notepad files, and so on.
Did you find our methods useful? Do let us know in the comments section below!
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