Dropbox is introducing thirteen additional extensions to expand upon the capabilities of the new desktop app. This nearly doubles the number of available extensions since the feature launched late last year.
Thanks to the new extensions, users will be able to easily add files to Outlook and Microsoft Teams, as well as Gmail, Workplace by Facebook, WhatsApp, and Line Works. Users will also be able to capture videos and distribute them with Vimeo, and create, edit, and publish them with Clipchamp or WeVideo. Users will also be able to use the extensions create designs with Canva, manage expense tracking with Freshbooks, and sign documents with DocSend.
Dropbox hopes these new features will give it more of an edge against its competitors including OneDrive. The company recently announced it redesigned desktop app, and upgraded its paid storage plan to two terabytes.
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