Dropbox has officially announced some new additions for its Spaces feature. Notably, the Dropbox Spaces 2.0 feature brings more control and tools for organizations to manage distributed teams.
Dropbox has been one of the best cloud storage solutions if one is looking to safely store their data over the cloud. This is one of the competitions to G Suite and Microsoft 365.
Over the years, Dropbox has added multiple features to its list. Spaces are also one of the features, that Dropbox added to its tally, last year. It allowed the users to add descriptions and to-do lists to Dropbox folders.
However, now with Dropbox Spaces 2.0 feature, organizations will be able to manage remote work more easily and conveniently. They can organize, collaborate, and work securely from anywhere.
Since the pandemic has captured everyone at home, and almost everyone is working from home, the work hours and volume of work has considerably increased.
So, the issues of miscommunication and difficulty working with multiple collaborators have also peaked. Dropbox Spaces 2.0 adds several new workflow features along with new enterprise security features and certifications to address these challenges.
Dropbox Spaces 2.0 allows for streamlining your work, collaborate on tasks into a single Space for teams
The new Spaces 2.0 is very much efficient for organizations to streamline their work. Users can create and share their projects anywhere across the world, but work in the same virtual space.
Groups can collaborate on tasks and as mentioned in the official post, bring together files, cloud content, tasks, comments, and timelines into a single Space for teams.
Advanced controls also give you peace of mind that your work is being shared with the right people. Moreover, users will be able to add all types of content including, Google Docs, Trello boards, Excel spreadsheets, JPEG files, etc. to their workspace.
This makes it easier to work on the tasks right away, without the need of moving the content from its original location. In fact, Spaces will be available and accessible during and after projects. So, team members can refer to them at any time.
Organizations can set up a single view of all the high-priority tasks that need to be done, then and there. Moreover, categorization, viewing projects, joining meetings, etc all have been integrated to provide a seamless experience.
Note that the Dropbox Spaces 2.0 feature is currently available in closed beta. So, if you want to test out all the great features of this new version, then you need to request access to it.
For that, head over here. As of now, it is not clear as to when all these new features of the Spaces 2.0 will be arriving for all the users.