Dropbox announces new premium features, increases subscription prices1
As far as the new feature go, Dropbox announced three new premium features: Rewind, Smart Sync, and Watermarking. Rewind is some sort of recovery tool that will allow Dropbox users to roll back folders or their entire accounts. Dropbox Plus users will be able to rewind to any point in the past 30 days, while Professional users will get 180 days of protection.
If you decide to turn on the automatic space saving feature, the app will look for files in the Dropbox folder that haven't been opened recently. This specific feature will now be included with Dropbox Plus plans, so subscribers will be able to start using it right away.
Last but not least, the new watermarking feature lets Dropbox users do just that, watermark any JPG, PNG, BMP, or PDF file with your name. A preview will be shown so that you can choose between overwriting your file or saving the watermarked version as a copy.
According to Dropbox, the Rewind and enhanced Smart Sync tools will be rolled out to new and existing Plus and Professional accounts over the next few weeks, while the watermarking feature will be available to Professional users over the next few weeks.