why not put Dropbox and Spotify on Desktop for direct install?

I bet many of us will have to install those, so why not to script those installations and put them on the frotn page the way you did with Steam? Another request: can WebAccounts be expanded to include MS Outlook email service?

Yes please! Google Drive, Google Music and my beloved Kuaipan.

I am against that. The desktop should stay clean and not be filled with desktop links to just install some third party software that you can get from the repository or the homepage of the app.

It is also good practice for users new to linux to become comfortable with installing programs by using terminal with commands. There are so many commands to learn and be able to use properly vs windows.