Dropbox has rebranded Notes as Dropbox Paper, a tool providing cloud-based document management for brands.
Launched in private beta earlier this year, Dropbox Paper is now being opened up, sort you. You can now register to try out the service by clicking this link.
While still in beta, Paper looks to offer similar services to Google Docs. That includes document creation and editing.
However its collaborative features are what aims to set Paper apart.
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Paper allows users to import virtually any type of content from their Dropbox accounts. This includes documents, URLs, images, video and music. In fact, new files are shared with your team by default.
Once imported, content is draggable, can be resized and commented on, while new galleries can be created.
For heavy Dropbox users, Paper might make collaborating more streamlined and economical.