Upload Files

133 NEWPORT DRIVE, SAN MARCOS, CA 92069 - (760) 471-1006

Aloha Printing 
Now Uses Google Drive & Dropbox 
to
 Upload/Share folders for large files
    GOOGLE-DRIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

    Click the Google Drive above or Click Here to log onto Google Drive (google.drive.com)


    Add account - Email Addressfileupload@alohaprinting.com
    Password:@Password2015
    Click on"My Drive"
    Select"Upload Files"
    Select those files to upload from your computer
    Click"Open"once your file(s) have been selected
    Confirm your files have been uploaded
    Select"fileupload@alohaprinting.com"upper left top corner
    Select"Sign Out"
    You're done!

      DROPBOX INSTRUCTIONS:


      DROPBOX, is a FREE SERVICE that lets people bring their documents, photos, and videos anywhere and share them easily, today announced an even easier way for people to instantly share the things that matter most, with just a link. Now documents, photos, and videos can be shared simply by creating and sending a link to friends, family, or colleagues, whether they are Dropbox users or not.

      "We're always looking for ways to make life easier and solve the basic problems people face everyday," said Drew Houston, CEO and co-founder of Dropbox. "Sending files has always been a painful process, but now with Dropbox, sharing with friends, family, and colleagues is effortless."

      Dropbox links allow people to easily view documents, photos, and videos in a beautiful full-browser display without any setup. Business presentations, home movies, and even entire folders can be opened and viewed instantly without having to sign in, download anything, or open files separately.


      How it works

      From the Dropbox desktop, web, and mobile applications, the "Share link" button generates a unique link to a file or folder. The link can then be quickly sent to another person. For Dropbox users, opening a link will provide the option to instantly save the file to their Dropbox.

      "Today we're excited to add instant sharing to Dropbox," said Jeff Bartelma, Director of Products. "We've simplified the process of sending files to just a few seconds and eliminated the need for email attachments."

      Dropbox has been refining this feature in beta since last year and today, with many improvements, it is available to all users. For more information, please visit www.dropbox.com/links/features.

      How to Share Folders

      Click Here to learn how to share folders with large files.
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