Dropbox announced new features to streamline work flow and group collaboration through their updated homepage and app.
Dropbox ups the features
In a bid to improve project management, Dropbox has made it easier to track files while tracking activity, improve organisation, and a new unread activity tracker for file and Paper docs.
Comments, shares, and @mentions can all be seen from the updated homepage, while recently accessed files will be highlighted to indicate recent changes, edits, starred items, or fresh uploads.
When a team member has moved, edited, added, or renamed a file, a new tab will indicate the change as well as who preformed it. File types will also be easier to preview as members won’t need to have third-party apps installed to do so.
Dropbox Paper makes it easier to be in the fold
Dropbox Paper will also be receiving updates in the coming weeks to make a having a central creative location even more intuitive.
Updates to Paper will include the ability to preview Sketch designs without leaving the page, embed InVision and Figma content, edit Paper docs in third-party apps with new API endpoint, create mobile specific folders, better archiving, and easier doc searches.
For a full guide on the potential of each new feature stop by dropbox.com to see how you and your team can better create and collaborate.
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