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$9 billion Dropbox explains why it’s blowing up its product for its biggest redesign in 12 years (DBX)

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  • On Tuesday, Dropbox announced that it has made its biggest redesign in its history.
  • Dropbox partnered with Zoom, Slack, and Atlassian for new integrations.
  • On the new Dropbox, users will not only be able to store and share files, but also send Slack messages and set up Zoom meetings directly from Dropbox.
  • Read more on the Business Insider homepage.

Dropbox just overhauled the designed of its flagship file-sharing product.

"It's the biggest change we've ever made to our product," Dropbox CEO and co-founder Drew Houston said at a press event.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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