Earlier this year Dropbox launched a new collaborative application to take on Google Docs, this application was called Dropbox Notes and was launched in beta just a few months ago.
Now the company has decided to change things up, renaming the service to Dropbox Paper whilst adding a range of new features, with this comes a number of text editing tools like bold, italicize, underline, strikethrough, block quote, but it is extremely minimalistic with just one font and three font sizes as of yet.
However it is still in beta.
With the new features comes the ability to mention users with @ tags, allowing users to easily find users to contribute to their work, with the ability to add a range of embeds to the note.
But that’s not all, users can also create to-do lists, and share notes easily via URLs. You can also embed audio files and playlists from streaming services like Spotify as well as Paper’s range of stickers and emojis.
Once a document has been saved you can access all of your creations from the folders that you have sorted them into, with a deep-search feature.
At the moment Dropbox Paper is just in beta, and Dropbox has not announced when it will be officially revealed.
You can sign-up for the beta and find out more at the source link below.
Source: Dropbox Paper