Today, we’re unveiling new features that make it easier to locate your most frequently used files, stay on top of projects, and work seamlessly as a team. Now everything you need is in one place, with up-to-date, easy-to-find information.
Here's a look at what's new:
Our updated homepage lets you track your files and activity in one place. It organizes your work to help you focus on what needs your attention first. And for the first time, you’ll see more than just files on your homepage. You’ll see unread activity on files and Paper docs, including comments, shares, and @mentions. Your homepage will highlight the files or Paper docs you’ve recently viewed, starred, edited, or uploaded across any platform, whether you’re working on the web or your mobile device. (Available now for the Dropbox app on iOS and coming soon for Android).
Over the next few weeks, we’ll be rolling out a new feature that shows when someone has made changes to a file. When previewing a file on the web, you and your team will see a new tab showing who’s added, edited, renamed, or moved files across folders. We’ve also made it easy to collaborate no matter what kind of file you’re sharing. Dropbox now lets you preview more file types, including Sketch and a wider range of raw photos. Even if a teammate doesn’t have Sketch installed, they’ll still be able to review the work and leave comments.
Today, Paper is introducing new design tool integrations that build on our current ones, a new API endpoint, and a host of features that make it easier to stay organized and find what you need.
• Preview Sketch design files without leaving Paper
• Embed InVision and Figma content in Paper docs
• Create or edit Paper docs in third-party apps with a new API endpoint
• Create mobile folders on the go
• Keep content organized with improved delete and archive features
• Find the right doc the first time with Paper doc previews
You can download the Dropbox Paper app from the App Store for free.