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Circling Back To Dropbox Spaces

How is the beta test proceeding?

In November 2020, I wrote about the early beta for Dropbox Spaces in First Look | The New Dropbox Spaces, where I did not have access to the beta but just descriptive materials that Dropbox provided. I was limited to an earlier take on Spaces, which was more or less what Dropbox folders have now become: a collection of files with an optional description area at the top.

the Old Spaces is the New Folder




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