Welcome to the Dropbox introduction for Making Sequences.  You can now share all of your sequences to others by using your Dropbox account or by using any other account that you have access to.  In the example below, I have purposely made it with more folders than most people will use, but I wanted to show that is it possible to have a good deal of depth to the file structure for school districts, clinics or individual SLP’s that have many students so that they can organize their sequences better.


If you want to just save your sequences without any folders,  just upload your content to Dropbox and you’ll be on your way!


These are an introduction to the Dropbox feature and certainly not all that you can do with it. If you follow along with your iPad you will see that it is very easy to use.  In this example, we will be downloading a sequence called “Brushing Teeth” .


At the bottom of the Edit/Add page, touch the “Sync with Dropbox” pencil.










Login to Dropbox.  If you don’t have an account, you can sign up here.  If you want to follow along with this example, you can use our Dropbox account.  The username is support@zorten.com and the password is Zorten123.









Dropbox will ask to access your folders for Making Sequences.  Press “Allow”.  You will also be able to change your login to a different user here.









You will now see the folder for “Red Valley School District” . Touch the folder icon.









Touch the Jennifer Folder










Touch the “Tasks” folder











You can now download the sequence “Brushing Teeth” by touching the down arrow icon.









Confirm the download.












You will now see the sequence downloading











When you have finished the download, the screen will show two green check-marks indicating a successful download.  To finish, touch “Close”







You will now see that “Brushing Teeth” has been added to you sequences and is now ready to use.