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Dropbox 2.0 Brings Drop-down Menus

By Hurrairah bin Sohail - on 13 Mar 2013, 10:53am

Dropbox 2.0 Brings Drop-down Menus

Source: Dropbox

With the introduction of Dropbox version 2.0, the UI for the desktop application has been given a makeover. The most noticeable of changes is the addition of a drop-down menu. This drop-down menu now allows users to accept or reject sharing requests instantly. Previously users would have to navigate over to the Dropbox website to perform the same function.

In addition, the interface also displays a list of recently updated files across all your Dropbox enabled devices. Syncing of settings is also possible now from the desktop application. You can also choose to share files or folders form the desktop application, but clicking the relevant option will still take you to the Dropbox website where you will have to conclude your sharing business. Still, it saves the few steps of having to open up your browser and navigating to the site on your own.

Dropbox version 2.0 is available for both the Mac and the Windows.

Source: Dropbox Blog via Arstechnica

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