Dropbox and Google team up to allow users to edit files in Docs, Sheets and Slides

Dropbox and Google team up to allow users to edit files in Docs, Sheets and Slides
Dropbox has just announced it has teamed up with Google Cloud to integrate Docs, Sheets, and Slides into its system. The highly-anticipated new feature will be available as a beta for Dropbox Business users starting April 9 and is meant to allow users to create, edit, and store Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides in Dropbox.

If you're a Dropbox Business users, you must sign in to both your Google and Dropbox accounts so that you can create and store Docs, Sheets, and Slides files in any Dropbox folder. But the new feature doesn't stop here, as you'll be able to share individual files, manage access to your files and get feedback at the same time.

Of course, sharing and co-editing is done in real-time, while adding Docs, Sheets, or Slides files to a shared Dropbox folder will automatically grant member access, which means you won't have to leave Dropbox.

Keep in mind that since the new feature is still in beta, you'll have to opt-in by visiting Dropbox's sign-up page. Once you activate it, you will be able to create Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides files, as well as browse, move, copy and delete them from the iOS and Android apps.


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