Dropbox is a great resources for synchronizing data with the cloud. However, sometimes it can be quite annoying to crawl through various system paths to locate a folder and then to send it to the Dropbox. A more convenient method can be to use the right-click menu to perform such tasks. Dropbox Share is a Linux app which provides the convenience of syncing any file or folder with Dropbox from right-click context menu. It is available as a Deb package and therefore can be easily installed in the Software Center of Ubuntu and Debian operating systems.
You can install Dropbox Share from the WebUp8 PPA given below:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nilarimogard/webupd8 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install dropbox-share
Once installed, right-click on any file or folder and select Scripts –> Dropbox to send it to Dropbox folder.
A pop-up message will notify you when the file(s) or folder(s) has been synchronized with Dropbox. You can also highlight and send multiple files and folders to Dropbox from the right-click menu.
The shared file(s) and folder(s) are embedded with a Dropbox icon to help you identify folders which have been shared with Dropbox.
You can check out Dropbox share at Launchpad from the below link.
[via Web Upd8]