Millions of people keep their work files in Dropbox, and we make sure those files are safe,
easy to access
from any device. Now we’re on a mission to let you
do even more
. Here are three ways you can use the
newest features in Dropbox
to save time at work, and be more productive.
Move projects forward faster
There are lots of ways the creative process can get slowed down, and dealing with disorganized stacks of paper is one of them. While some projects need to start on a piece of paper—contracts, drawings, notes—they don’t need to stay that way. Instead of continuing down the paper path, try
the Dropbox plus
button instead. Just open up the Dropbox mobile app, and click the plus button at the bottom of the screen. You can quickly scan things into Dropbox you may have never considered, like notes on a whiteboard or drawings on a napkin. Once they’re in your Dropbox, you can share them with anyone. And if you’re a Dropbox Business or Enterprise user, you can even
search inside your scans
. Say you’re searching for something specific, like “budgets”—we’ll surface PDF docs that contain “budget” in the file name or contents, and even highlight where in the file the word appears.
Imagine this: You spend hours creating a presentation. Then over the next week, you and your team spend even more time refining it, and incorporating stakeholder feedback. But at some point, the team realizes the presentation was better a few versions ago. Sound familiar? Dropbox has a stress-free way to go back in time with
. We automatically keep previous versions of files you’re working on, as well as files you delete, for up to 30 days. You can even preview those older versions if you're not sure which one to