You can use Dropbox to store your images off-site on the cloud.

In the Main Menu, click Setup, Data Paths.

Dropbox is one alternative to storing images and documents in the A to Z Folder. An internet connection is required. Be sure to address HIPAA-compliance issues. See HIPAA

Note: Dropbox and SFTP were disabled in 16.3.47 and 16.4.19 due to extensive missing functionality. Missing functionality has been implemented in versions 17.1 and greater.

In the Edit Paths window above, select Store images in Dropbox.

Enter the folder in Dropbox that will store the images and documents. The default is /AtoZ.

Click Authorize Dropbox to set up a Dropbox account or authorize Open Dental access. A Dropbox sign in page will open in your default web browser.

Once you are signed into the account, Dropbox will prompt you to allow Open Dental to access its folder in Dropbox.

Click Allow to permit access.

An access code will show on the screen. Enter it in the Enter Access Token box of the Authorize Dropbox window. You may need to minimize your browser to find the prompt. Click OK to save.

On the Edit Paths window, the Access Token will show.

Click OK to save and close the window.

Create a mirror copy of the A to Z folders in Dropbox, Apps, Open Dental. Refer to Dropbox Help Center for instructions.