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DropFiles is one of my favorite download managers for Joomla, namely for it's ability to connect to could storage products such as OneDrive, Google Drive and DropBox. In this video I am working to get to know it better so I can help support a new client who needs a better solution for offering their PowerPoints as downloads before they migrate to Joomla 4.


  • The video is about using DropFiles by JoomUnited for Joomla.
    - Tim Davis is the presenter.
    - The video is part of the Washington Work Live Stream #194 on the Basic Joomla Tutorials YouTube channel.
    - Tim offers Joomla-related services.
    - The video mentions a site called "Orleans Church of Christ" and discusses their migration to Joomla 4.
    - DropFiles is praised for its features and compatibility with services like Dropbox, OneDrive, and Google Drive.
    - There is a mention of a Channel sponsor called, offering a free site audit for Joomla sites.
    - A shout-out to someone named Phil Taylor is mentioned.
    - Tim interacts with the audience in the chat, including viewers named Stan, Michael Davis, Imran, Bjorn, Stefan, Iver, and William.
    - The video demonstrates how to use DropFiles to upload and manage files within Joomla.
    - It shows the creation of a test article and the addition of a PowerPoint presentation.
    - Tim explains various options for file management, including descriptions, dates, access levels, and categories.
    - Tags and direct links to files are discussed.
    - The video demonstrates inserting a file into an article and previews how it looks on the front end of the website.
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Tim Davis is the founder and owner of Cybersalt.
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