What do I do if my files are not importing successfully?
If your file is not importing successfully, please check the following:
We do not recommend you delete and recreate your Dropbox integration at this stage as this can potentially cause other issues. You should only delete your integration if you are going to use a new Dropbox account, or if you wish to permanently delete your integration.
1. Is your internet connection stable?
2. have you mapped the columns in your spreadsheets first via a spreadsheet order import?
3. Does the data in your spreadsheet match Click & Drop's order import field specifications?
4. Is your Dropbox folder on a server location? Dropbox is not designed to run on Microsoft Server operating systems. If your company set up does not allow Dropbox to be stored on local computers or devices, please see the following information:
5. If one or more of your files is 'stuck' in one of your Dropbox folders, you can force the import process to run again by removing all of the files and then replacing them back into the folder.
Can I create an integration to a second Dropbox account?
1. Open Dropbox in a new tab in the same browser as Click & Drop
2. Log out of your DropBox account
Otherwise, any new integrations will automatically connect to your previous saved DropBox account details.
Please note that these actions must be performed in a browser, and not from the Dropbox icon in your system tray.
If you have firewall restrictions, you may encounter issues with the file not being recognised. Please visit the Dropbox webpage for help on how to address this.
Can I improve the speed that Dropbox uploads my orders to Click & Drop?
If you find that your orders are being uploaded too slowly, there are several methods that may speed up the process:
1. Increase bandwidth
It may be that there are too many demands on your internet bandwidth. To remove bandwidth limitations in your Dropbox account, right-click the Dropbox logo in your system tray and click the 'cog' icon, and then select 'preferences'.
In the new window that opens, click the 'Bandwidth' tab.
In the 'Upload rate' section, check the 'Don't limit' option.
2. Clear Results folder
If you process a high volume of files, your 'Results' folder may become full.
From your Dropbox folder, go to Apps > Click & Drop > Results
Or if you have configured workstations, Apps > Click & Drop > Your Workstation > Results.
From here you can view your results files. these should either be deleted, or moved to a new folder somewhere outside of the dropbox folder.
3. Un-sync Archive folder
If you are still encountering slow processing of files, you may need to un-sync your 'Archive' folder. To do so, open your Dropbox from the taskbar and select 'Preferences'.
Click the 'Sync' tab, and then click the 'Selective Sync' button.
Un-check your 'Archive' folder from the list and then click 'Update'
If your issue still persists after checking the above, please contact our support team.