Dropbox now lets you scan documents with your phone and sync them to the cloud

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by | Jun 22, 2016 |

While consumers and companies store most of their information digitally nowadays, paper is still very much part of day-to-day life, a fact that collaboration providers are finally starting to embrace. Dropbox Inc. is leading the charge by rolling out a scanning feature for its mobile app that provides the ability to directly upload photos of documents, receipts and other physical media to its cloud service.

After the synchronization is complete, users with business accounts can utilize a new search option introduced in conjunction to find specific words and phrases. The functionality is complemented by an updated commenting mechanism that makes it possible to place notes next to specific sections of a scanned document or photo. Dropbox sees the addition coming particularly coming handy in team settings like, say, graphic design departments where users share a large amount of complex graphics. Such environments also require controls…

Read the entire article from SiliconAngle here: Dropbox now lets you scan documents with your phone and sync them to the cloud

 



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