With Dropbox Paper, we’re reimagining the way people work together. Teams can create collaborative documents, sharing important ideas and information in real time. Paper’s unobtrusive interface lets teams tackle big ideas with simple, drag and drop tools to add images or create image galleries. Users can also embed video previews from sites like YouTube or Vimeo, or links to documents from Dropbox, Google Drive, or other sites, just by pasting a link. Advanced users can turn to keyboard shortcuts and markdown support to get things done quickly.
We originally launched Paper to a limited number of teams in private beta; those teams created over a million docs, and offered a lot of useful feedback. In August of 2016 we opened the beta up to the public, so anyone could sign up. We also released Paper mobile apps for iOS and Android, allowing everyone to create and edit documents, and respond to feedback any time, anywhere.
To join the beta, go to dropbox.com/paper. You can also find the mobile apps on the iOS App Store and the Google Play Store. You can read more about Dropbox Paper on the Dropbox blog.