Introducing: Pure awesomeness. DropboxAutomator is here! Using Wappwolf was never easier.

by Johnny TheDoc on 28/12/2011


Fasten your seat belts and get ready for take off, here’s a big one: DropboxAutomator is available for a selected few. And with it, document management is only two clicks away. “A small step for man, a giant leap for mankind”. Seriously.

We guess you remember that one statement, and it is not an overexaggeration we are using here: DropboxAutomator is the one tool that enables you to manage your files in Dropbox fully automatically. Just select once from a very basic and easy to use text interface, and set the tasks that should be automatically executed whenever a file is placed in specific folders in Dropbox. Even a child could do this, we say.

So, where is the magic? Someone in our team sat down and after a long period of thinking finally started building a client that looked appealing, for one but many reasons: there’s only a few options to choose from, and these are crystal clear. In other words, it is pure – and it is perfect for a great many users of Dropbox.

You don’t have to manually download files from Dropbox to your local machine – instead, have them processed immediately whenever you put them in a folder. Once it is configured, you can conveniently forget about it and let Wappwolf do the work for you. No need to go back time and again.

Now go and give it a shot. If you like it, celebrate with us and leave us a ‘high five’!

The Wappwolf Team
Mike, Harald, Dieter, Christian, Manuel, and Michael


There are 4 comments in this article:

  1. 30/12/2011Maciej Skrzypczak says:

    Would DropboxAutomator be translated into english? Or is there any way to change language from german to english?

  2. 30/12/2011wwadmin says:

    The language you see depends on the browser language setting. For everything else than German, you should see the page in English. What is your setting?

  3. 2/01/2012Peter Volf says:

    Im In Brazil, and accessing the site In portuguese, Brasil the language is german, not english

  4. 31/01/2012Ace says:

    I’ve started using the flickr action with pictures dropped into a folder. I would love to see an option to remove the file extension from the title that’s inserted onto the flickr page since the action won’t perform on a file without a valid picture file extension.

    Does that makes sense?

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