Dropbox Sharing Gets Ridiculously Easy With Links

Dropbox Sharing Gets Ridiculously Easy With Links

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In the words of Dropbox CEO Drew Houston, sharing documents and other files online is “bafflingly, still really difficult.” You could argue that Dropbox has already done its part in making that process a little easier, but with a new feature launching today, Houston and his team have tried to...
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