When you’re working on a project that involves lots of other people, much of the hard work comes at the end. Getting colleagues to review the content, add their feedback, check the revised version(s), and approve the final product can take weeks or even months. But now there’s a better way, thanks to the combination of commenting and our Microsoft Office integration. Here’s how it works.
Starting this week, when you’re inside a shared folder on the Dropbox website, you’ll automatically see a banner at the top of the page showing the profile pictures of that shared folder’s members. (If someone hasn’t uploaded a profile picture, you’ll see their initials.) The banner also shows any groups you’ve invited to the folder. And if you want to find out whether someone can view or edit files, just hover over their profile picture and that information will appear.
A lot of work goes into your company’s blog. From brainstorming topics to sourcing images to actually writing the posts, there’s more than enough to stay busy. That makes finding the right tools to stay on top of it all a priority. Here are four apps suited to the task, working with your Dropbox to help you put together a polished blog that brings you closer to your customers.
When you need to send a file — especially a large video or graphics file — and you’re short on time, shared links are an easy way to send something quickly. (You can even share a link with someone if they don’t have a Dropbox account.) But did you know that it’s just as easy to remove a shared link as it is to create one?
In the creative fields, it’s often said that you’re only as good as your last piece of work. By these standards, Wondersauce — a New York-based digital design and development agency that consistently delivers award-winning work for clients like HBO, Nike, Stella Artois, Gap, John Mayer, and The New York Times — isn’t just good. It’s wonderful. Producing great work, though, isn’t the only thing that drives the independent shop. For Wondersauce, the secret to design success lies in making the creative journey as smooth as possible.
For anyone who’s had to carry around both a work phone and a home phone, BYOD and BYOA policies can be welcome relief — it means getting the devices and apps that help you stay productive and get work done. For IT teams, though, there’s a lot of legwork that goes into setting up “bring your own” policies that work for their businesses. In this webinar, you’ll learn how a “bring your own” policy can benefit your business, as well as best practices for enabling collaboration.
A little bit of organization goes a long way, especially when it comes to setting up your Dropbox folders. In the spirit of spring cleaning and getting organized, this tip is all about how to structure your shared folders so everyone on your team can easily access what they need.