Meet the new Dropbox

Bring together your files, your tools, and people, with an all-new Dropbox experience, including a new desktop app.

A screenshot of the new Dropbox desktop app. The leftmost sidebar lists your Dropbox team and personal folders, as well as any starred folders you may have. The middle pane shows a folder name and overview that describes the content of the folder. Below is a list of to-dos with @mentions, a pinned file and folders, and the files and folders in the folder. The rightmost detail pane shows a preview of a selected file, the people you’ve shared the file with, as well as any comments and activity around the file.

Bring content together

Get work done by putting everything you need in the same place. Store traditional files, cloud content, and web shortcuts alongside each other.

A screenshot of the “Create new” drop-down menu in Dropbox.com. The menu lists Shortcut, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, Google Docs, Google Sheets and Google Slides.

Embrace cloud content

Now you can create, organize, and share Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides content—as well as .docx, .xlsx, and .pptx files—right from Dropbox.

Create shortcuts

Save time by storing bookmarks to any web content—like project management boards or news articles—alongside all of your content in Dropbox.

Connect your tools

No more creating documents in one place, and having conversations about them in another. Now Dropbox integrates with Slack and Zoom to simplify work.

Frequently asked questions

The new features are included in all Dropbox plans, both free and paid, and are included at no extra charge. Some third-party integrations may have special requirements. See our help center for more information.

For detailed information on availability, please visit our help center.

Yes. Even after opting in to the new desktop experience, you can continue using the Dropbox folder in Windows File Explorer or macOS Finder as you did before. You can also change your preferences to continue to open the Dropbox folder by default instead of the new desktop app.

No. The new Dropbox desktop app doesn’t change the way your files are synced to your computer in any way. 

For a comprehensive overview and more information about what’s new, visit our help center.