Good news for those of you who have been using Dropbox Paper since it went into public beta in August 2016, the Google Doc-like service is finally out of beta. Dropbox Paper is now available globally in 21 languages on the web, and coming soon to mobile.
Dropbox Paper is more than just a regular online document editor. It wants to be your workspace that lets you and your team collaborate and bring ideas together be it in words, code, pictures or motion. You can create, review, revise, manage and organise everything all in a single place.
Since its launch, users have created millions of Paper documents in more than 200 countries and territories. Dropbox has been introducing new features to Paper since then, including presentation mode that turns docs into projector-ready slides, and Google Calendar integration.
This latest update not only graduate the app from beta mode, it also has a slew of new updates including:
- Collaborate across the globe: Paper is now available in 21 languages on the web (coming soon to mobile)
- Keep your team on track: Moving projects along is easier than ever now that you can assign due dates when you make task lists
- Get organised: With projects, your team’s work is organised in a single, shared place. An early preview of projects will be rolling out to select teams starting today.
- Work from anywhere: Paper iOS and Android apps will soon give you offline access
Check out Dropbox now to find out more about Paper.