Right this second, millions of people are putting off something important. Whether it’s a pile of laundry or a difficult conversation, we all avoid things from time to time. And while chronic procrastination can have a serious impact on your life, day-to-day dawdling can be tamed. In fact, some of the most accomplished people in the world—like Bill Clinton and Margaret Atwood—are notorious procrastinators. So what tricks do procrastinators use to get things done? If you need a little help in that department—and most of us do every once in a while—here are are five places to start.
No project goes perfectly—unless you’re using Dropbox. Learn how to get everyone on the same page, capture ideas and feedback, and get across the finish line, even when you’re strapped for time.
When we communicate via email and chat all day, we can get a lot done. But some important aspects of in-person conversation get lost along the way. Here are a few ways to keep your online communications friendly and effective, so you can build better relationships at work.
Dropbox knows what works at work. We’re focused on building products that meet the needs of end users and their IT admins equally well. And it’s working—we’re now free cash flow positive and an industry leader with almost 200,000 Dropbox Business customers.
Here are three ways you can use the newest productivity features in Dropbox to save time at work, and be more productive.
With half a billion users doing work in Dropbox, we’ve learned a lot about how complicated it can be to get things done. You’ve told us you need to work from everywhere, collaborate with lots of people, and use a bunch of specialized tools to bring your ideas to life. We want to make that easier—whether you work on your own, with a small team, or as part of a big company. That’s why we’re introducing new productivity tools to simplify, unify, and secure your work.
We’ve updated biannual transparency report, which shows how often we receive and respond to requests for user information from law enforcement, to reflect information for the second half of 2015.