Your typical day likely involves a number of apps that you use to stay on the same page with team members. We want to make it as easy as possible for you to bring the work in your Dropbox account to those platforms. So today, we’re teaming up with Facebook to let you access files from Dropbox directly in Workplace.
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.
Going paperless at work has a whole host of benefits—but it can be hard to ditch paper when we’re so used to it. Here are a few times you might still be using stacks of paper at work, and ways you can use Dropbox instead.
Getting feedback on your work is worth the time—and with Dropbox, it doesn’t have to take a lot of effort. Here are three myths about feedback that the simplicity of Dropbox features debunks.
Great news for Android users working on the go: you can now work on PDFs stored in Dropbox in the Adobe Acrobat Reader mobile app.
When we partnered with Microsoft in 2014, we had one goal in mind: to help you be more productive anywhere and on any device. Since then, we’ve introduced integrations that let you edit Microsoft Office files stored in your Dropbox directly from the web or on your mobile device. And just last week, we released a brand new Dropbox app for Windows 10. Today we’re excited to mark the next phase of our partnership with the release of two new integrations with Microsoft products.