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Real-time content collaboration

Easily collaborate, edit, and share content with team members.

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Streamline team workflows

Dropbox is a single space for your team’s content collaboration needs. You and your team members can use our content collaboration platform to share everything from meeting agendas to project outlines. And it’s easy to add images, video, and even code to team projects.

With Dropbox, teams can centralize their work all in one place and spend less time managing content and more time collaborating. Access all your important files like PDFs, Google Docs, and JPEGs plus connected tools like Slack and Zoom—without leaving Dropbox.

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Get on the same page

Paper’s content collaboration and document editing let you share all types of content with project partners in just one document.

With Paper, you can explore our templates, @mention team members, assign tasks, and add tables, animated GIFs, emoji, files, and links. You can even seamlessly embed SoundCloud clips and YouTube links.

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Give and get feedback—automatically

Dropbox makes gathering project feedback easier. Collaborate, share, and edit along with your colleagues in one organized place.

Communicate with your collaborators by leaving comments on specific document sections and tagging team members who will be notified that you’ve left feedback. You can use annotations to comment on images and preview audio and video files—no need to download the file or the original application.

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Frequently asked questions

Team collaboration in the workplace is more than just teamwork—it’s an approach to project management that combines working together, innovative thinking, and equal participation to achieve a common goal. Successful team collaboration in the workplace is often supported by technology tools or collaboration software that improve communication, decision-making and workflow, as well as a work culture that values every individual’s contribution.

There are many exciting ways to use Dropbox as a content collaboration platform because it functions as a highly effective workspace that enables communication, file sharing, and organization. One of the most effective uses of Dropbox is as your team’s central hub of content, cloud storage, and document sharing. Make sure every teammate is on the same page by organizing meeting notes, project plans, to-do lists, and links in one place.

With the Dropbox desktop app, you’ll be able to bring your files, tools, and team members together so you can get work done together as a team more efficiently and effectively.

Collaboration platforms can benefit individuals and large teams alike because they can help everyone work together effectively toward a common goal and aid problem-solving. The benefits of collaborative tools can include:

  • Efficient workflows and processes
  • Centralized information platform
  • Improved communication and trust
  • Secure file sharing
  • Control over your content with file permissions

Dropbox can encourage and improve successful collaboration by bringing your files, your tools, and your people together in one convenient workspace. Team collaboration can be effortless when everything you need to get your best work done is organized, easy to find, and easily shareable with both teammates and external partners.

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Productivity tools

Use Dropbox tools to be more productive in the workplace

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Annotations

Share feedback and annotate directly on files, no software required

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Brainstorming template

Create a brainstorm template to help create and share ideas

Meeting minutes template
Meeting minutes template

Create your own meeting notes template with Dropbox Paper