Dropbox for Business early access

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Tip of the week: How to get early access to new Dropbox features


Published on February 27, 2015

Are you a Dropbox for Business evangelist? Do you wish you could give feedback directly to the teams that build Dropbox for Business? If so, we’ve got a way for you to try out new Dropbox for Business features before they're widely released — and give us your feedback. It’s the Dropbox early access program. With the early access program, admins can opt in to certain new features before they’re available to the public, so their teams can test drive all the latest and greatest Dropbox functionality. We’ve also used this program to pilot features like view-only permissions for shared folders, and password-protected shared links. Right now, the early access program is offering new collaboration features for Microsoft Office files — and early access participants can try it out before we launch it to all our users. One of the best things about early access is that it gives you a way to send your opinions directly to the Dropbox product team. This gives us the feedback we need to keep building Dropbox for Business features you’ll love. To start seeing new features, ask your admin to enroll in early access — all it takes to get started is a few clicks.