Hi, what's the best way to manage photos from an iPhone when using Dropbox?
I like that Dropbox automatically copies the photos off of the iPhone when connected to the PC, as well as auto backsup via the iPhone app...however is there a good way to automatically remove the pictures from the iPhone?
Or do I just have to manually navigate windows explorer to the iPhone and select all then delete?
I can do that...but I want a more elegant and user proof way for the less IT inclined people in my family?!
My opinion is that it is not a good idea to have an "automatic delete" feature. The problem is that it may kick in when the photos have not been successfully copied. Then all could be lost! It's Murphy's
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