Dropbox Adapts Web Interface For Faster Sharing
Ashley Allen / 2 years ago
Dropbox has adapted its user interface to facilitate easier sharing on its website. When you log in, next to each Dropbox folder is now a Share button, with the option to either invite people – giving them full read/write access – or send a direct link – even if the recipient doesn’t have their own Dropbox account – to your folder of choice.
These sharing facilities were already previously available, but the new interface gives users faster access to them, and is more intuitive than having to navigate dropdown menus. In the increasingly competitive cloud storage market, with Google Drive, Copy, and Microsoft’s OneDrive all jostling for position, any move to attract entry-level users is a positive one.