Onna connects directly with Dropbox's API to collect all files stored in native format.
All files are synced, including, but not limited to:
- Related Metadata (create date, folder path, and revision id)
Onna Sync Modes
We currently support two syncing modes - one-time and auto.
- One-time is a one-way sync that collects information only once.
- Auto-sync means that Onna will perform a full sync first and will keep the data source and Onna in mirrored sync.*
The synchronization scope currently encompasses entire Dropbox accounts or recursive sync of any root folder.
*Please note that permanently deleting a file from Dropbox (without moving it to the Trash folder) will not delete it from from Onna due to a limitation in Dropbox's API.
Yes, you can export data and metadata in eDiscovery ready format. Load files are available in a dat file, CSV, or custom text file. This is only available for Dropbox Business.
How to Guide
Click on "Add source" and select Dropbox. Then click 'Connect'
Onna uses OAuth to connect to Dropbox accounts. Below is the two-step process you have to take to authorize Onna to collect from the account.
First you'll have to add user credentials and give permissions to Onna to access the account.
Once you've signed in, you'll be taken back to Onna to configure your source.
First, name your source. This is the source's title on the platform. If you're naming for eDiscovery purposes a common convention is to name it after the company or account individual.
The final step is to select the sync mode that you'd like for the source. We describe the different sync types above. Note: If you'd like to use the date range feature, select One-time Sync.
Then click "Get Folders". This will demonstrate a list of all folders found in the user's account. There is an option to select Dropbox Paper documents that is demonstrated below:
Select the folders that you're looking to sync and click 'Add & Sync'. This integration will now appear in your Sources page and within your workspace if you've added it there.
Onna will begin to interact with Dropbox's API and begin to sync files. Files will be processed and indexed so that all is searchable. A source will indicate that it's syncing during this process. When you click on the Dropbox source, you will start seeing results being populated.
From this screen, you are able to filter results by date range, categories, and/or extensions using the menu on the left.
Dropbox files in Onna
Onna renders all Dropbox files in their original format. The example above is a PDF.
Paper documents are collected as html documents and will receive edits if the account is on auto-sync. Below is an example paper document:
Accessing audit logs
Clicking on the information icon on the top right will take you to the source details where you can see how many files it has and it's size.
Click on Audit Logs to see logs from collection and processing
Ready to start collecting from Dropbox?