Dropbox website revamped

DropboxDropbox users would have probably noticed by now that the useful cloud storage service has given its web interface a brand new facelift. The new Dropbox UI adds some new features and improves on some existing ones. Firstly there’s the new action bar that is available above your Dropbox files – it lets users sort their files by name, uploaded date, size and file type. If you select a file or folder, the buttons on the action will change to options such as copy, delete, rename and more. Right clicking a file also brings up a menu with those options.

The Dropbox webpage also has an improved viewer for previewing images and videos online, and there now is thumbnail support. Search has been improved, and drag and drop has also been implemented. It sure looks like Dropbox got a whole lot better. Log in to Dropbox.com today to try out the new UI.

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