If you use Dropbox, like me, it can sometimes be annoying that it will only sync folders/files that you specifically place in the “Dropbox” folder. This can get annoying at times when you have a folder in another location that you wish to also have backed up to Dropbox, yet do not wish to move it physically. It turns out, there is a really neat trick that you can utilize to allow you to sync any folder with your Dropbox folder.
All you really need is the Windows Command Prompt.
How to Sync any folder with Dropbox:
You need to make sure you do not make any typo’s because you will have to use the Windows Command Prompt. I will first have you setup the command in a text editor, such as Notepad. (I will be using “Sublime Text” – which is practically the same thing only better.)
Open Notepad/Sublime Text: