Dropbox Launches Next Version of Paper Service to Compete with Google Docs

Dropbox Launches Next Version of Paper Service to Compete with Google Docs

Dropbox is launching this new public version of paper services to stay among the giant provider of a collaborative suite such as Microsoft Office 365 and Google Docs.

GreatResponder.com Dropbox Inc is a US based company that offers various cloud based services such as cloud storage, personal cloud, file synchronization, and client software. Dropbox is launching a new version of paper service to secure itself among the world’s finest collaborative productivity suite providers and developers here is the name of some of those providers Google Docs and Microsoft Office 365.

Dropbox paper that has been already available in the beta version in the market since last year, now Dropbox is focused on the conversion among the big names in the market space with the user friendly interface and that’s why the company said it makes the collaboration easier among the associates. Dropbox cloud based platform will also enable customers to manage the sharing, assigning document tasks to the different collaborators and also schedule the deadlines of each and every task.

This new version has various features that makes the collaboration easier among the co-workers and team-members. It does not matter where the user is located from around the globe. The Paper Application will also be available for various platforms such as iOS, and Android devices, that enable every user to make their important work even they are not connected to the internet or offline. The web interface is currently available in the 29 different languages. It has a very important feature for multi-lingual team and customers, you can ask the question in many different languages. There are many big and small features are available in the application such as presentation mode that will make the documents into the slide mode, It also includes Google Calendar that makes the work easier for the team to create, manage and share the notes online.

The company said in his official statement that “With the ability to track what happens after you click ‘Share,’ you can cut down on follow-up emails and keep projects moving forward, The new feature is being gradually rolled out to Dropbox Business teams through the company’s early access program.”

The company has a new business plan to meet the head-to-head with very comprehensive players that make the company an excellent result in the short time. Using the help of these well-established and comprehensive players in the market Dropbox will also be trying to make the environment more enterprise-friendly and attractive to its customer.

According to Dropbox “In today’s workplace, people spend 61 percent of their time managing work rather than doing it, that’s the equivalent of three days a week searching for information, slogging through emails, and navigating teamwork.”

Dropbox prices for the new subscription as follows: Standard Business Plan $12.50 per month with 2Tb of storage and collaboration tools and Advance Subscription $20 per month with the same capacity of storage but it includes various various administration tools.

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