Did you know knowledge workers spend over 60% of their time in meetings, according to a 2013 study? Face-to-face meetings are a perfect time for teams to bring up ideas, build consensus, and make decisions that move projects forward. But keeping everyone on the same page can be difficult. So we created Dropbox Paper, a simple, powerful way for teams to work together. With Paper, your team has one central place to create and find the info they need, including meeting notes. Here are three simple ways you can use Paper to run a tight, efficient—and valuable—meeting.
We’re thrilled to welcome Carolyn Feinstein to Dropbox as our Chief Marketing Officer.
We’re excited to share that Aditya Agarwal, our current VP of Engineering, will be taking on the role of CTO. In this new position, Aditya will lead our innovation efforts while continuing to manage our world-class product engineering team. Arash Ferdowsi, our co-founder who’s served as CTO to date, will continue to focus his day-to-day activities on helping Dropbox scale as a company and business.
Our users often tell us how collaborating on a team helps them get work done—from finishing projects faster to discovering new ideas. But keeping teams in sync can be tricky, especially when you’re working with people in different offices and job functions. That’s where Dropbox Paper can help—it’s a new way for teams to work together and stay on the same page.
Update (November 2, 2016): Today we’re releasing two new features to help iPad users get more done. The latest version of our app adds support for Split View multitasking and brings our popular doc scanning feature, previously only on iPhone, to iPad. You can try out both features in the updated Dropbox app, available today in the App Store.
Today, Apple released macOS Sierra. Upgrading to this operating system may impact the way Dropbox interacts with your file system, so here are a few simple steps you can take to keep things running smoothly.
Whether you do web, print, or any other kind of design, you know how time consuming reviews can be. Sharing layouts and integrating feedback while keeping everything on schedule takes time away from creative projects on your plate. Here are five ways Dropbox can speed up the process.