Store video meeting data in your dropbox folder

dropbox video meeting

Dropbox is a cloud storage service, which means you can copy your files to the cloud and access them later, even if you’re using a different device. Now you can save your recorded video meetings on dropbox, directly! Keep reading to find out how the new integration works.

How to store your video meeting data in dropbox

Start by logging into your eyeson account and go to the eyeson AppConnect. Once you have done that, click on Dropbox and connect your accounts. The folder that you see is where all your video meetings and webinar data will be saved from now on. Note that only those recordings that you started yourself will be stored. The meeting data, which your eyeson group members recorded will not be saved in your Dropbox folder.

eyeson’s other integrations

Besides storing your video meeting data in your Dropbox, you can also connect eyeson with Slack and Trello. If you connect eyeson with Slack, you can create eyeson groups for your Slack channels. Just enter /eyeson in your Slack channel, and a video meeting starts. If you decide to record this meeting, the respective recording will then be saved in your Dropbox folder. As you can see, we designed our integrations to facilitate your daily business.

Using the project management tool Trello with eyeson is a bit different. Adding eyeson will serve as a Power-Up to one of your dashboards. After inserting,  you can start video meetings on your board. This is really convenient because you can see your project plan and your meeting participants simultaneously. Again, if you record a session or take a snapshot, your data is stored in your Dropbox folder.

You can also stream your video meetings, and webinars live on Youtube and Facebook. For streaming, you only have to connect your eyeson account once, and you are ready to go.

Integrations facilitate your daily workday. Hence, we strongly recommend you integrate them because it will save you and your team a lot of time!

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