More than a doc, Dropbox Paper is a flexible workspace that brings people and ideas together.
Paper supports all phases of the creative process – from start to finish:
- A connected space to create and ideate together
- Teams find flow together in Paper, where everyone can contribute to growing better ideas in a beautiful, flexible workspace.
- Review and revise work in a single, shared space
- Working in Paper feels more connected and human with real-time conversations around the work, so it feels more alive, and there’s less switching between tools.
- Manage and organize work in Paper
- Paper is accessible and always up to date to keep teams organized and informed around the work without additional task-management tools.
I’m excited to give Dropbox Paper another try (it’s been available in beta form for a year or so)… It’s a very simple way to collaboratively create content, and yet is hiding some very complex abilities. I’ll be testing it more over the next few days.
One minor concern – Paper definitely reminds me of Google Wave in a lot of ways! I’m hoping that Dropbox have a better idea of the potential use cases and customer base than Google did with Wave…