Product Spotlight: Dropbox

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Cloud content and digital workflow platform Dropbox recently announced updates to a number of its most essential workflow and video communication tools—Dropbox Capture, HelloSign, and DocSend. The updates are designed to power modern work and allow users to complete more types of workflows directly from the platform.  

Dropbox Capture  

Leading the announcement is the launch of Dropbox Capture, a new video messaging tool that lets users record their message with screenshots, GIFs, and presentations right from their screen. Capture allows users to clearly communicate, record, send and scale their messages asynchronously through engaging video content. 
Capture is available across all Dropbox plans with Professional, Standard, Advanced, and Enterprise plans, users can record videos in 4K up to their storage limit and edit videos of any length. With Basic, Plus, and Family plans, users get up to two hours of recording time at 1080p and editing for videos under five minutes. 

Dropbox Sign  

Today, Dropbox is introducing its suite of eSignature products as Dropbox Sign (previously known as HelloSign).   All Dropbox Sign plans, including the free plan, will offer unlimited self-signing, so users can sign as many documents as needed. Dropbox Forms will also be included in Dropbox Sign plans (Standard and Premium) and offer 50 free Forms transactions per month.  

Dropbox DocSend  

Advanced video analytics has been one of the most requested features among DocSend customers, and Dropbox is making it available today. DocSend users can now share videos and access backend analytics, like playback completion rate, time watched, and geo-tagging information.  Advanced video analytics, such as an engagement graph, performance graph, and video engagement settings, are now available to DocSend users on Standard, Advanced,and Enterprise plans.  
In addition, Capture will be incorporated into DocSend before the end of the year, allowing users to stay within the Dropbox platform to record, send and analyse their video messages. “The shift to remote and hybrid work has surfaced challenges around fragmented workflows — many organisations are looking for better ways to move work forward with teams, colleagues and stakeholders who aren’t in the same room. Today, we’re proud to launch Dropbox Capture and provide important updates to Dropbox Sign and Dropbox DocSend – tools that power modern work and allow users to complete more types of workflows directly from our platform,” Pia Broadley, Head of Dropbox APAC said.

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