If you’re a stickler for keeping your receipts, Dropbox just became your new best friend. The latest version of the popular file-syncing app can now scan documents, including receipts, and quickly upload them to your Dropbox account.
But that’s not all the new Dropbox can do. You can also create Microsoft Office documents directly within Dropbox, or trade comments about a file with your fellow collaborators. And don’t forget such oldie-but-goodie features like keeping a Dropbox file “offline” or securing the Dropbox app with a passcode.
1. Scan documents from the camera
Plenty of third-party mobile scanning apps will snap a photo of a document or a receipt, convert it to a PDF, and upload the file to Dropbox. With the latest version of Dropbox, though, the app will finally perform the document-scanning trick itself.
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