With a new update, Dropbox Paper is making it easier for users to customize how PDF, Microsoft PowerPoint, and Adobe Illustrator files are previewed.
When adding a file with those formats, a new option will allow users to select a specific page from a file to show in the preview. They can also select to zoom in on a specific section of the page.
The preview will always say up-to-date because they are linked to a file in a Dropbox.
Dropbox Paper is a collaborative workspace app that allows a number of different people to work with media including video, images, code, sound, and documents. Team members can comment and reply to each other.
Designed for the iPhone and all iPad models, Dropbox Paper can be downloaded now on the App Store free.
Just yesterday, Dropbox announced that Professional and Business Standard users will be receiving 1TB of extra space for no additional charge.