Introducing New Collaboration Capabilities with Zoom and Dropbox
Zoom is expanding its collaboration capabilities through its strategic partnership with leading collaboration platform Dropbox. This partnership exemplifies Zoom’s strategy of working with best-of-breed technology providers to offer a seamless platform experience to our customers. The development of the integration involved deeply embedding Dropbox into the core Zoom product and UI, allowing teams to collaborate on content in real-time. With the combined power of these two solutions, joint users can retrieve and share content saved in Dropbox, save accessed content to Dropbox in Zoom Meetings and Zoom Team Chat, and collaborate seamlessly.
With the Zoom and Dropbox integration, joint users can enjoy an enhanced experience by easily joining a Zoom meeting or accessing Dropbox files without having to move between the two platforms. Joint users now have the following capabilities:
- Within Zoom, users have the option to upload content directly from the Dropbox surface to their Zoom Meetings and Chat in real time
- Dropbox and Zoom allow you to facilitate real-time conversations around shared content to help work get done faster and bring teams together
“Zoom will continue to partner with high-quality collaboration and communications solutions in order to deliver the best experience to our customers,” said Laura Padilla, Zoom’s head of channels and business development. “Our partnership with Dropbox enhances Zoom’s user experience and delivers happiness to our customers. We look forward to continuing to grow this partnership for the benefit of our mutual customers and building the next generation of technology.”
“We pride ourselves in unlocking new ways for Dropbox users to collaborate with ease and move their work forward efficiently,” said Billy Blau, global VP of business development and partnerships at Dropbox. “Through our continued partnership with Zoom, we’re creating deep integrations that enable a seamless experience for teams to collaborate on content in real time.”