Dropbox Now Integrates With Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides
Whilst people are striving for perfection, tech companies strive for comfort of their users. We have recently discuss that Google's Gmail had added new features like email scheduling and Smart Compose which can suppose the topic you write about in your letter. Today, Google has brought new features which had relation to Dropbox Business. According to the news outlet The Verge, Google, in particular G-Suite, allows you to create and collaborate on files through Dropbox Business. The applications include Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides. So the procedure is:
  • creating Dropbox Business account or using the existing one (the feature for ordinary users will be available a little bit later);
  • creating a new Google file directly within Dropbox, it can be shared it searched like any other file in Dropbox app.
  • voila.
Collaborative editing is still available only in Google's traditional form, but the notifications appear in the Dropbox system. The formats allowed to use in Google are .docx, .xlsx, and .pptx files. Concerning sharing Google files, one can use Dropbox on a one-off basis or give access to them as part of a shared folder. The recipient can either edit file, or comment, or read-only assess. If one wants to create a file in Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides, he/she can do it from the Dropbox website, its Windows and Mac apps, or its system tray icon. Source: The Verge The feature is quite useful, especially for business users, as they often interact between different applications and website. Even though it is more useful to businessman, the ordinary users will definitely like it. Subscribe to The Coin Shark news in Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/coinshark/