To remove files from Dropbox without deleting them, you can use the "Archive" feature. Here's how you can do it:

Step 1: Open your Dropbox account and navigate to the folder containing the files you want to remove.

Step 2: Select the files you want to remove by clicking on the checkboxes beside them.

Step 3: Once the files are selected, click on the three-dots menu (ellipsis) or right-click on one of the selected files.

Step 4: Choose "Move" or "Move to..." from the menu.

Step 5: In the popup window, select the "Archive" option or the folder where you want to move the files (e.g., a specific archive folder).

Step 6: Click "Move" or "Move files" to complete the process. This action will move the selected files to the archive folder, effectively removing them from their current location but preserving them in the archive folder.

Except for the above method, moving files from Dropbox to another place is also a good choice. By doing so, you can still access these files. And if you want to move Dropbox files to another place, MultCloud Cloud Transfer is recommended to you.

MultCloud is used to centralize your multiple clouds together so that you can easily manage them instead of turning to different websites or apps. And Cloud Transfer is a free cloud-to-cloud transfer helper which transfers files without manually downloading and uploading.

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After signing up MultCloud, you can take the following steps:

Step 1: Add Dropbox and another cloud to MultCloud.

Step 2: Select the 2 clouds on the “Cloud Transfer” page and choose the delete option to remove the files from Dropbox.

Step 3: Click “Transfer Now” to initiate the task.

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