The first beta of macOS 12.3 is available for developers, and this one looks very interesting since it should bring changes to the system for managing files stored online. Dropbox has already warned its users that they may encounter problems with this Monterey update. For the rest, we will have to wait before being able to identify other new features.
Dropbox announces operating issues with macOS 12.3 🆕
Update – The macOS 12.3 release notes indicate that kernel extensions used by desktop software from Dropbox and OneDrive (Microsoft) are no longer available. Both cloud storage services are working on replacements. currently in beta “. We know that Dropbox will offer a beta in March.