Dropbox will now let you preview file types without having to download

Dropbox today is introducing new previews capabilities and the company says that previews generate more than 300 million views every month and this adds up to a lot of time saved by eliminating the need for downloading. Now you can quickly preview the file and stay in your workflow.

It also lets allows you to access and view DWG files on mobile and web. Users can also provide feedback on the file, even if they don’t have the AutoCAD app installed. This is also available for Dropbox Professional, Advanced, Enterprise, and Education customers. Furthermore, you can view EPUB files on mobile and web without needing to download them or install an eReading app. Lastly, viewing MXF file in Dropbox is also possible and it is available for Dropbox Professional, Advanced, Enterprise, and Education users. PDF and PowerPoint preview enhancements are also possible.

Dropbox says that with previews, you can share your work, collaborate with colleagues, and easily coordinate client reviews. It also lets you annotate and comment directly on file previews. It also lets you manage larger, more complex files, coordinating projects with many reviewers, integrating with more platforms and applications, providing one source of truth for post-creation work.