How to Disable the Dropbox Popup on Linux


Dropbox is a file synchronization and backup application compatible with Windows, Mac and Linux that is designed to sync files between computers through the Dropbox Web client. The Dropbox software is automatically configured to display pop-up notifications every time files are added, deleted or changed in your Dropbox folder. You can disable this functionality from the Dropbox settings window in just a few moments.

  • Right-click the Dropbox icon in your Linux system tray and select "Preferences."

  • Select the "General" tab.

  • Uncheck the box beside "Show system tray notifications" and then click "Close."

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