Dropbox has launched Extensions as a way of making its users’ lives easier. These Dropbox Extensions will enable users to start content-based workflows without ever leaving Dropbox. Bringing an end to the days of toggling between different apps. Dropbox Extensions Let Users Start Workflows Dropbox Extensions are “a series of new integrations that let users

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Dropbox is among the oldest cloud storage services still active today, and it has its fair share of loyal users. But so many of them only use the default Dropbox app and nothing else. Third-party developers have made some fantastic Dropbox tools that every user should know of. There are plenty of problems with Dropbox

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Dropbox Paper advances Dropbox from a file sharing and cloud storage service to a collaborative online document editor. Paper will establish the service alongside other collaborative tools such as Google Docs and Microsoft Office Online and this is a tough market to enter. The established players have strong platforms and a significant number of users. Moreover,

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The much-awaited Dropbox Paper is here — well, the public beta anyway. We have to admit that it seems great on the surface. But is it? Let’s dig deeper and find out what’s likable about Paper and what isn’t. 1. Unobtrusive Interface and Markdown Support Paper is super white and super clean. That’s the first thing you

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Just when you thought Dropbox couldn’t get any better, it has. Many interesting cloud storage services have come and gone, but Dropbox is probably the one that’s been here the longest. And now it has upped its game with a host of new features. Let’s explore some of them from 2015 as well as some old

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