Dropbox announced on Tuesday that it would soon be rolling out "the new Dropbox", a new unified version of its desktop app.
The company describes the new app as a single workplace solution to help you organize content, connect tools and bring work groups together.
The new Dropbox app brings cloud and traditional files together in one location, better enabling you to do all the things you want to do with your files such as create, access and share from other services like Microsoft Office and Google Docs and Sheets.
You'll also be able to create and store shortcuts to sites with your content, such as linking to a Trello board or Slack channel. You can even search all your content through a single search function.
With the new Dropbox app, Dropbox also announced integrations with Atlassian, Slack, and Zoom, making working with all your favorite tools much easier.
This new app won't automatically update for current users just yet, but you can still take it for a test drive. Dropbox is offering an early access program if you want to opt-in on their website.
Dropbox says they will roll out additional cool features over the coming weeks.
For now, give it a spin, and use the "Send Feedback" button in the lower right side of the page to let them know what you think about "the new Dropbox".
Remember if you sign up for the test drive of the new app, you are helping them troubleshoot and improve. Some things may change when the final Dropbox desktop app is rolled out over the next few weeks.
Go sign up... go on... go!