Integrating Dropbox to Linked2pay’s Online Forms

Integrating your Dropbox account with linked2pay’s Online Forms is a perfect way to have your customers upload any file to you while they submit a payment, helping you stay organized. The uploaded files will be stored in your Dropbox account and linked to your linked2pay reporting for quick retrieval. Follow these easy steps and you’ll be ready in minutes.

First off, make sure you sign into your linked2pay and from there:

1. Create a Dropbox account at You will need to provide a First Name, Last Name, email address and password.

2. Once logged into Dropbox, you’re going to create an app, to do so go to and select 'My apps' from the left-hand menu.

3. Once there, select the 'Create App' button which is located near the top right-hand corner.


4. Make sure to select 'Dropbox API' on the next screen.



5. Select ‘App folder’ when asked to Choose the type of access you need.



6. Name your app, we suggest using the name of your form. Once you have set a name, click 'Create App'.


7. Once you’ve created your app, you’ll be taken to the App’s Settings page. Make sure you scroll down to the 'App Key' and 'App Secret' section.

A. Copy and paste the App Key into Text Editor or Notepad.


B. Now that you’ve copied your App Key, select 'show' under 'App Secret', this will reveal your 'App Secret'. Also copy this to your text editor or notepad. These two fields will be what you’ll need to enter on your linked2pay account.


8. Next, sign into your linked2pay account and go to Forms Builder.

9. Once there, create a new form and in Step 1 of creating the form, mark the Upload files to Dropbox check box.

10. You will now enter the 'API Key' and 'API Secret' information which you copied earlier into your Notepad or Text Editor. After you have entered that information, make sure to click Connect to Dropbox.

11. At this point, you will most likely receive a notification on allowing window Pop Ups, make sure to click Allow to allow this on your web browser. If Pop Ups were not allowed, you will have to re-click on the Connect to Dropbox button to bring up the Pop Up window again.

12. Click Allow to allow your App that you created to have access to its own folder.

13. You will now see a long code on screen, copy that code and close the Pop Up window.

14. Paste the long code you just copied into the Dropbox Code field and click Integrate Dropbox, then click Next.

15. On Step 2 of creating the form, make sure you add the Dropbox field to your form by simply dragging it and dropping it onto the right-hand side of your screen. Now continue on and save your form.

You’re done! You have successfully integrated your Dropbox to your linked2pay account! All the documents you receive will now be neatly saved in your linked2pay History under transaction details.

Note: Your customer will be able to see the document that was submitted by simply clicking on the appropriate link that will be displayed in their receipt.


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