Dropbox Business now integrates directly with Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides within G-Suite, letting you create and collaborate on files directly from within the file-sharing service’s interface. The functionality, which was first announced last year, lets you create a new Google file directly within Dropbox, after which it can be shared or searched like any other Dropbox file. Although the feature is currently exclusive to business users, Dropbox says it will eventually be available to everyone with a Dropbox and Google account.
Collaborative editing is still done through Google’s traditional editor and notifications about comments appear in the Dropbox system tray icon. As well as editing Google formats, you can also use Google’s…
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