- Terms of Service. On June 11, we unveiled the new Dropbox. Our mission is to offer a robust collaborative workspace that helps users find, retrieve, organize, and prioritize their files, collaborate with others, and stay focused on their most important work. To better align with that mission and the new Dropbox, our revised Terms outline that our Services provide “features like commenting, sharing, searching, image thumbnails, document previews, optical character recognition (OCR), easy sorting and organization, and personalization to help reduce busywork.” We’ve also revised our beta terms to include a confidentiality provision and to allow Dropbox to solicit feedback from beta participants.
- Dropbox Business Agreement. We’ve updated our Business Agreement to make it easier to follow and to ensure that it best reflects the functionality of the Dropbox Services. For instance, we’ve reorganized and consolidated our terms so our customers can easily see how Dropbox handles and protects their data as well as included clarifications in the event the UK leaves the European Union. We’ve also added language to address current and soon-to-be added functionality of the Services, including federated administration and beta services. Finally, we’ve made the agreement flexible to allow Customers to purchase new services besides Dropbox Business through a single order form or page.