Dropbox introduces its new Windows 10 app for PCs, coming to Mobile soon

Jan 21, 2016 at 17:14 GMT Dropbox today introduced its new app for Windows 10. The company’s new Windows 10 app introduces Windows Hello, interactive notifications and much more. For now, the app is only available for Pcs running Windows 10, but it will be coming soon to Windows 10 Mobile as it’s a Universal Windows App. Here are some of the features of the company’s new app: Drag and drop files into the Dropbox app from Windows File Explorer—and even between folders wit...
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Adobe and Dropbox Partner to Streamline Work with Documents

New Integration Simplifies the Way People and Organizations Work across Mobile, Web and Desktop SAN FRANCISCO and SAN JOSE, Calif. — Oct. 13, 2015 — Adobe and Dropbox Inc. today announced a partnership to enable people and organizations greater flexibility to work the way they want with documents at home, in the office or on-the-go. The market-leading companies are integrating their applications and services on mobile devices, desktop, and the web for faster and mo...
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Dropbox launches new Microsoft Office integration on Windows and Mac

BY MEHEDI HASSAN ON DECEMBER 11, 2014 Dropbox today launched new features for Microsoft Office integration. The new feature is part of the company’s Project Harmony and dubbed as the “Dropbox Badge”. The new feature is pretty simple  but very useful. The Dropbox Badge will appear on one of the corners of the Office apps. Whenever someone starts editing the file on another PC or smartphone, it will notify you. And it will also notify you when the other user updates the file and the D...
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Microsoft adds Skype-powered chat to Office Online

By Himanshu Arora on November 24, 2014 Office Online users will soon be able to chat in real-time with others while collaborating on documents. Microsoft has announced that it has added a built-in Skype chat feature to the browser-based version of its productivity suite. Dubbed Document chat, the feature will only be available on the Word and PowerPoint web apps, which means that Excel and OneNote users are out of luck for now, but it will be added "in the coming weeks". ...
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Microsoft Teams Up With Dropbox

Posted Nov 4, 2014 by Alex Wilhelm Scoot over, OneDrive for Business.Today Microsoft and Dropbox announced a partnership that will see Dropbox better support Microsoft’s Office suite, and the latter better integrate into the product stack of the storage firm. The news comes after Box, another enterprise-facing storage firm,integrated with Office 365, Microsoft’s Office-as-a-service solution, and OneDrive improved its product mix with unlimited storage.The deal has four main parts: Q...
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