You can work with everything from video and images, to code and sound—all in a single place. And it comes free with Dropbox.
CREATE & SHARE EARLY IDEAS
Create new docs or edit existing ones, and share them with your team right from the app, so you can capture inspiration wherever you are.
KEEP PROJECTS MOVING
Post and reply to comments, so you can keep projects moving forward even if you’re not at your desk.
CATCH UP IN ONE PLACE
See everything that’s incoming from your team—like comments, shares, and @mentions—so you can catch up while on the go.
STAY IN FLOW, OFFLINE
No internet connection? You can still access, edit, and comment on your starred and recent docs—or create new docs—while offline, to keep the ideas flowing.
The text formatting bar now lets you highlight text, and create quotes and code blocks.
On iPad, you can now create sketches and drop them into your docs.
Ratings and Reviews
This product is really useful. Just that last 5-10% to really get it across the finish line... if only it didn't return me to the beginning of the document when I've selected something inside a latex window and hit Return, and if only the desktop version had offline accessibility! Still, the only user-friendly collaborative editor with latex and markdown, which is huge for technical documents.
My to-go project management tool and wiki
I’ve been using Paper for 3-4 years now. I switched from Evernote, and I later considered Notion. What I like about Paper is that it has a beautiful user interface and limited capabilities to procrastinate, messing with how the space looks. It's straightforward to use, which has helped me get everyone I work with to use it. My favorite feature is creating tasks across different workspaces, and I can still see assignments by due date or workspace. This feature has enabled me to give life to my strategy documents, as each tactic has a link to its workspace. In this approach, everything we do now puts at the forefront what we said we were going to do to avoid getting distracted with shiny objects. Finally, Paper has also been a great tool to document all our processes to facilitate delegating tasks and onboarding new team members. Finally, finally, I love the keyword shortcuts!
A new sticker set?
It’s a good app. Not much in the way of customization or formatting like aligning text in a table which seems like it could be added pretty simply. But has, always had, a lot of potential.
With iOS 13 coming out a few days ago, all the major apps are releasing decent sized updates for their apps. But Dropbox Paper’s update? Just a new sticker set. That’s all. Being a productivity app, an update that is only a sticker set, seems like they pushed an update just to push one out. I don’t think any user of D. Paper was concerned with whether we would have a new sticker set soon.
I like Dropbox Paper, I just would like to see some more attention given to it. So much potential in it. Just constantly odd developer choices.
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