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Elles sont là ! Nitro et Dropbox libèrent la productivité avec les nouvelles extensions Dropbox

Nitro for Dropbox is an exciting new partnership with our San Francisco neighbors that makes a core set of Nitro’s document productivity features available directly within Dropbox.

In case you missed it last week, we announced Nitro for Dropbox, an exciting new partnership with our San Francisco neighbors that makes a core set of Nitro’s document productivity features available directly within Dropbox.

As a Dropbox Extension, the new offering enables Dropbox users to select from an expanded set of useful Nitro features to seamlessly complete workflows natively within Dropbox—and it’s available to most Dropbox users as of today!

While Nitro users have long been able to connect their accounts to Dropbox for document storage and retrieval, this new functionality enables Dropbox customers to use a handful of Nitro’s PDF editing and eSign capabilitites, right in Dropbox:

  • Convert | Save PDFs as .docx, .xlsx, or .pptx
  • Fill and Sign | Add signatures, dates, and custom text to PDFs
  • Organize | Sort, remove, and rotate pages in PDFs
  • Optimize | Reduce PDF file size for easier online sharing

Here’s a quick peek at how Nitro for Dropbox works:

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Pretty slick, huh? Starting today, most Dropbox users should have access to Nitro for Dropbox. Give the features a try—and don’t forget to tweet us at @NitroHQ to tell us what you think.

If you enjoy Nitro for Dropbox, we have a hunch you’ll also love the Nitro Productivity Suite. It’s PDF and eSigning, all in one place—and you can try it free for two weeks!

Visit our info page for more on Nitro and our products, and to download your free Nitro trial.

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