Dropbox now supports adding photos and videos from your SnapChat account to your personal Dropbox account.
The feature is enabled by default in the Dropbox app, but users can add more accounts if they’d like.
Dropbox announced the update on Thursday, and users will see the new functionality on the sidebar of the Dropbox home screen.
For those who are unfamiliar with Snapchat, the service lets users send a photo to their friends or followers, or even to a photo editor that you create in the app.
Dropbox is currently available on Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS, and the company is working to add more languages to its app.
The service also offers a Dropbox for Business account, which lets you store and access your photos, videos, and music in Dropbox.
Dropbox has also added a feature that allows users to share photos from their SnapChat accounts to Dropbox for business accounts, which means the two can work together.
Dropbox previously added a Dropbox option to Dropbox Desktop for Android, which also lets users upload photos to Dropbox, but only in the Desktop version of the app and not in other apps.
This new feature allows users on other platforms to easily add SnapChat photos to their personal Dropbox accounts, as well.
Dropbox said it plans to add other services to its Dropbox for businesses account later this year, but didn’t specify which ones.