At the very least, they're not bloated monsters like Acrobat is.
While it's far from the only way to sync your files, the hidden features put Dropbox a step ahead of the rest.
Here are 12 of the best features you may have never noticed in Dropbox before.
Tired of taking screenshots, dragging them into Dropbox, and then copying the share link?
There's a quicker way: all you need to do is enable Dropbox's screenshot-sharing feature on your Mac or PC.
Open your Dropbox app preferences (click the Dropbox icon in your menu bar, click the gear icon, then select to save the screenshot to Dropbox and copy the link.
Sharing a Dropbox folder is pretty straightforward: you can right-click on any folder or file, and either invite someone to join your folder or just share a link to the file.
And now, with Dropbox's new commenting feature, you can quit using email or chat to discuss your changes to the file.
To add comments to any file, just right-click on the file in your Dropbox folder and select . Either way, you'll see a preview of the file online, with a sidebar on the right to add comments.
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