Dropbox's site states their mission is to "to unleash the world’s creative energy by designing a more enlightened way of working", unfortunately they do not take accessibility issues into consideration while designing a more "enlightened way of working."
On 3/6/18 I wrote to Dropbox and asked if "Dropbox had a VPAT or an accessibility statement which you could share?" Here, unfortunately was the answer I received after they did some searching:
"I've asked around as much as I can for you, but unfortunately the sorry answer I've found is that at the moment we don't have any accessibility statements regarding the Dropbox.com website"
NOT SIGNED IN: Dropbox.com homepage:
AFTER SIGNING IN: Dropbox.com account page:
I encountered several problems:
Dropbox does not provide any reminders or tips for users about adding accessible content. Therefore, if you or a faculty member decide to use the Dropbox platform to share content with students, look over our tips and how-to information on creating accessible content.