Stillio can store screenshots in your Dropbox account as soon as the image file is created. After you have connected your account with Dropbox App, a "Stillio" folder is being created in your Dropbox/Apps folder. Our app is only allowed to add files and folders in that specific folder, so no other files, folders and Dropbox settings are accessible to us.
Example: When you're capturing www.cnn.com/politics in your Stillio account and have it synced to Dropbox, it will be stored with the date and time in the file as Dropbox/Apps/Stillio/cnn.com/www-cnn-com-politics-2018-06-25-14-30.png. If you capture multiple webpages from cnn.com they will all be stored in this folder.
The following steps are required:
Also, check the F.A.Q. at the bottom of this page.
Your Dropbox account is now linked to the Stillio app.
Go to Your Settings > Apps to enable or disable saving to Dropbox. To activate this option, set toggle button to "on" as shown below.
Frequently asked questions about syncing screenshots to your Dropbox account
We have registered an App at Dropbox with only "App folder" permissions. A dedicated folder named after our app is created within the Apps folder of a user's Dropbox. Our app gets read and write access to this folder only. More info at Dropbox Documentation.
You can revoke the Stillio app from accessing your Dropbox by going to https://www.dropbox.com/account/security and scroll down to "Apps linked". Locate the Stillio app and press the X at the end of the row to delete it from your linked apps.
The folder can not be changed and is always the domain. The first part of the filename can be changed by changing (or adding) a Title to your Webpage capture settings. The timestamp (yyyy-mm-dd-hh-ss) at the end of the filename can not be changed.
If you cannot authorize to the App, please check that your Dropbox account is still active.
If files are not saved, please check that you have sufficient free disk space both on your computer and your Dropbox account.
Other reasons can be:
Please note that 3rd party integrations work at 'best effort' and are not guaranteed since we have no end-to-end control of its functionality.