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Dropbox (on the web) has been updated; new features include a new right-click menu, improved photo experience and more

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Those who happen to be users of Dropbox may want to load up the Dropbox website and check the latest additions. Yup, Dropbox (on the web) has recently been updated. And nicely done, it looks like several new and worthwhile changes have been brought in. Details coming from the Dropbox Blog note this as being “a focus on the stuff you care about.” Further describing this update as follows;

“One of our main goals was to slim down dropbox.com and focus on the star of the page: your stuff. We’ve put all the tools you need at your fingertips, but only when you need them.”

That aside though, some of the new goodies include an action bar which “does it all.” The new action bar allows you to do things such as sort files by name, date, size and/or type. Additionally, when you select a file or folder, the bar will change based on what you pick and allow for a variety of actions to be taken.

Some of the other changes that one will find includes a new right-click menu, an improved photo experience, a site that is “faster and easier” to use and perhaps the most important for those with lots and lots of files being stored — an improved Dropbox search.

Via [Dropbox Blog]

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