- Dropbox has just unveiled a new desktop app that creates a single workspace for organizing your content, connecting your various tools, and collaborating with others.
- In other words, the aim is to eliminate the need to endlessly hop between different apps to locate files and communicate with team members in order to get your work done.
Video credit: Dropbox
- The update is the most significant one ever produced by Dropbox as it continues to move away from its original core service as a place to store and share files in the cloud.
- The update sees Dropbox integrating more tools into its app, including communication and collaboration service, Slack, as well as video conferencing service, Zoom.
- Dropbox users can opt in to the new desktop app via the early access program where they’ll find the new features added gradually over the coming weeks.