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Do more with Dropbox using your favorite tools

Dropbox Extensions let you use various types of app extensions to seamlessly perform actions, like publishing a video, adding files to emails and chats, sending a file for eSignature, and more, right from Dropbox—no additional integration work or coding needed. Once you’re done working, you can save files in Dropbox so everything stays organized, in sync and in one place.

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What can you do with Dropbox Extensions

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Send emails

Bring your content and email together. Seamlessly send and share your Dropbox files on Gmail or Outlook without leaving Dropbox. Choose a file, click Open and send the file with your favorite email client.

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Send files to teammates

Share files and messages to your team in Workplace or Microsoft Teams without leaving Dropbox.

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Comment on and publish videos

Use Vimeo to streamline your feedback workflow and distribute videos publicly or privately.

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Request eSignatures

Quickly complete approvals and agreements. You can sign documents with Dropbox Sign and have finalized copies automatically saved back to Dropbox.

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Add files to chat messages

Share images, documents and videos in WhatsApp or LINE WORKS. Preview files and add messages before sending.

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Create designs

Bring media files into Canva to design and create anything, and save finished work back to Dropbox.

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Submit expenses

Simplify expense tracking by sending scanned receipts directly to FreshBooks.

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Edit video content

Use Clipchamp or WeVideo to edit, create, and publish videos. When you’re done, automatically export your project back to Dropbox.

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Manage document workflows

Track file interactions with Dropbox DocSend, and sign and notarize documents with Notarize.

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View, edit and adjust images

Open and edit DWG files directly in the AutoCAD web app—no software required. You can also use Pixlr X to fine-tune color, add text, and transform your images—straight from Dropbox.

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Edit PDFs

Need to make updates to a file? Work with tools like Nitro, airSlate PDFfiller, and Smallpdf to organize, fill out, convert, and compress any PDF.

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Send faxes

Use Dropbox Fax to shoot out scanned paper documents without a desk-cluttering fax machine.

Easily track down work

Work on a file in another app, and once you’re done, it will be saved back to Dropbox. Plus, you’ll get notifications when apps save edited copies of your files or someone’s added an eSignature. So when you need to find your work again later on, you’ll save precious time and enjoy a better user experience.

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More apps, less work

Do more in one place—and reduce the busywork that gets in the way of getting specific tasks done. Extensions let you connect to the tools you already use, without additional integration work, coding, or software installation. And you can easily manage your Extensions, whether you work solo or manage large teams.

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Frequently asked questions

Dropbox Extensions are third-party partner integrations that let you work with your content, directly from your Dropbox account. With Extensions, users can initiate workflows across popular content types—including DWG, PDF, Microsoft Word, image, and multimedia files—and compatible partner applications from category-leading tools. With these integrations, users will be able to launch actions such as file editing, eSignature, video annotation, and electronic faxing. Once you’re done working, your files will be saved back to Dropbox, so everything stays organized, in sync, and in one place.

Anyone on Dropbox Basic, Plus, and Professional, and most Dropbox Business team members can start using Extensions today. Dropbox Business teams with 500 or more team members should contact their customer success manager, or get in touch with us.

While Extensions support all Dropbox languages, some partner applications might not currently support your language. Stay tuned as partners continue to incorporate more languages.

Dropbox Extensions are applications already integrated with Dropbox, so they’re automatically available for you to use. You’ll find the “Open with” menu on dropbox.com when you hover over your PDFs, videos, image files, Microsoft Office documents, and DWG files. When you choose to open a file with an integrated partner application, you’ll be asked to complete a one-time authorization to connect your Dropbox account.

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Sync files

Sync your files fast across devices and platforms simply and securely

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Doc scanner app

Take the work out of paperwork with the doc scanner app

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Productivity tools

Use Dropbox tools to be more productive in the workplace

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Content collaboration

Easily collaborate, edit, and share content with team members

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