July 12, 2017 at 3:00 PM
Drop Box Paper
Dropbox itself is a great program to use, but Dropbox paper is a fantastic product that has been released recently.
From personal experience with Dropbox paper, I have listed it's key features.
- Always needing to write notes in the office or on the go
- Task Management within a group or individually
- Collaborative features
- Brainstorming with your team
- Brainstorming with your customers
- Privacy settings so if you do share outside staff, then they will only have access to what you want them to.
This is an example of the meeting notes document where a surveying company is discussing Pizza, and have deadlines for the project assigned to them.
As you can see @Lisa is in charge of this project and she has created the brainstorm and has asked @Bob a question about something in the discussion that was made into an action item.
When @Bob sees his notification about the query, he will be able to reply to it and @Lisa & @Roger will be notified. If they need to check back to what was discussed it will all be in one document.
When you have completed your task just simply click the tick box. Everyone associated with the document will get a notification to know have done that part.
If you need to you can add links to other documents if relevant. You can create tables, add section breaks to keep discussions separate and much more.
Below is Lisa's(from the document above) personal task list. As she is new to Dropbox paper, there are not too many tasks assigned.
As you can see tasks are quite easy to track, you can add due dates and comments to make life easier on those busy weeks where there are a million tasks to do. If you are unsure you can check back to your task list, just like Lisa has done with her meeting with Joe.
You can share your task list with others as well as having your own personal lists.
This is a brief example of Dropbox Paper, if you would like to know more then please go to the link below.
Created by Lucy Palmer