Over the next few days, we'll be releasing the Dropbox badge to you and your team. Available on Microsoft Office files, the badge enables better collaboration by delivering updates right to the files on your desktop.With the Dropbox badge, users will be able to:
- See who else is viewing or editing a file
- Check if there's a more recent version, and update with just a click
- Generate a link to share the document, without ever leaving the application
To help your team get started with the Dropbox badge, you can send them this help center guide.Happy collaborating!
- The Dropbox Team
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Wednesday, March 25, 2015
The Dropbox badge brings better collaboration to your Office files
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