Weekly News: Dropbox updates paid plans, Asana introduces “Workload” and more...

Weekly News: Dropbox updates paid plans, Asana introduces “Workload” and more...

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This is a weekly feature designed to keep you posted with all the latest software news and resources. From Dropbox to Asana, we cover all major feature updates, releases and even company news here for you to get updated on.

This week’s news comes on Tuesday 11th June 2019.

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SUMMARY

  • Dropbox updates paid plans

  • All-New Reminders in iOS 13

  • Dropbox Paper launches more powerful tables

  • Asana launches workload for visualizing and planning team capacity

  • A sneak peek at the new Evernote editor


Dropbox updates paid plans

Dropbox announced that they are doubling storage and adding Dropbox Smart Sync to their paid plan. Dropbox Plus now gives you 2TB of space.

Dropbox introduces Watermarking

Upcoming features also include:

  • Full-text search, allowing you to search the text content of your files using keywords (and not only a file name or extension).

  • Dropbox Rewind to undo accidental edits or restore deleted work within the last 30 days.

  • Watermarking to protect your work for Dropbox Professional. The new feature will overlay your name and the date on any JPG, PNG, BMP or PDF file.


Dropbox Plus will increase by $2 a month to $11.99 but pricing for Dropbox’s other plans is unchanged.

All-New Reminders in iOS 13

With iOS 13 the Reminders app is going to get an update, alongside Messages, Mail, Maps, Books, and Health.

The Reminders app is going to be redesigned in order to have a cleaner design with categories (Today, Scheduled, All, and Flagged) and a true-black Dark Mode interface.

The redesigned Reminders app should be released in September with the iOS 13 updated.

Related: What's New with All-New Reminders on iOS 13

Dropbox Paper launches more powerful tables

Dropbox Paper is rolling out new features to improve tables giving information structure and simplifying project planning.

The new features include:

  • Organize with images

  • Emphasize info with cell colors

  • Set status with highlighted text

  • Sort with headers

More information here.

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Asana launches Workload for visualizing and planning team capacity

Asana launches Workload for Business plans that gives a centralized view of team's capacity and allowing to never lose sight of your team members, planning and rebalancing work to avoid overwork or underwork. Workload gives you a real-time full picture of how every team member's priorities, allowing you to know who's working on what.

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Some ways to use Workload include: creative production, marketing campaigns and business operations.

You can read more about Workload here.

A sneak peek at the new Evernote editor

Evernote CEO Ian Small returns this week with a new Behind the Scenes video. Small chats with senior product designer Sasha about the work they are doing to redesign the note editor in order to have a more flexible, consistent and fun editing experience.


That’s all for this week!

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