Dropbox extensions is now available: workflow made easy

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Dropbox have now unveiled their new file editing extension after introduce on November 6 this year, it was disclosed on the company site that the new development will be available to its user by November 27th, and here it is we have it.

The Dropbox Extension which was launch today allow one to work in web-based apps while keeping everything organized.
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The software company will allow it's user to run various workflows to edit files on the web without having to download anything or open any other apps.

While editing and working with Dropbox web-based app, make it easy for your workflow and keeping everything organized, in sync, and in one place, stop thinking about all the uploading and downloading (moving from one app to another to complete a task) it take time, while not think about adding more extra value to your work with the easy-to-use Extension.

Extensions let you open files from Dropbox.com in the web-based app of your choice.
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Starting today, you’ll see an “Open with” menu next to popular file types like PDFs, DWGs, Word docs, videos, and images.

when you hover over PDFs, videos, image files, Microsoft Office documents, and DWGs you’ll then see a list of relevant web-based apps that you can open the file in and take action.

The new Extension with today’s release include

Request signatures. Send legal documents out through eSignature apps like Adobe Sign (coming soon), DocuSign, and HelloSign.

Send faxes. Use HelloFax to shoot out documents without a desk-cluttering fax machine.

Edit documents. Organize, fill out, convert, and compress PDFs with tools like Nitro, airSlate PDFfiller, and Smallpdf.

Edit CAD drawings. View and edit DWG files directly in the AutoCAD web app—no software installation needed.
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Capture video feedback. Get comments from team members and clients with a Vimeo video review page.

Adjust images. Fine-tune color, add text, and make other quick fixes to photos with Pixlr X.

And After you’re done with your workflow, your files will be saved back to Dropbox. Extensions allows users to act directly in Dropbox.

The first batch of Extensions is available for English users.