Dropbox is growing the quantity of storage you get with its paid tiers, and it’s including a trio of latest options to its service. Plus customers will now get 2TB of storage in comparison with the 1TB that they had beforehand, whereas subscribers to the Skilled and Enterprise plans will see their storage enhance to 3TB and 5TB, up from 2TB and 3TB, respectively. Plus customers will see a small value hike with the change: their charges will enhance by $2 a month to $11.99. Pricing for Dropbox’s different plans is unchanged.
The corporate introduced three new options alongside the storage will increase. The primary, Good Sync, has technically been out there for a short time, nevertheless it’s being upgraded. The characteristic lets you mark recordsdata and folders as “online-only,” in order that they gained’t take up house in your arduous drive however will nonetheless be listed in your file listing so you may obtain them when wanted. What’s altering is that Dropbox will now routinely search for recordsdata that haven’t been opened just lately and mark them as on-line solely. The brand new characteristic might be out there with the Plus tier and above.
The corporate additionally introduced a brand new watermarking characteristic that may add your identify and date to JPEG, PNG, BMP, or PDF recordsdata and a brand new rewind characteristic that may allow you to roll again your folders and even your total account to a earlier state. The latter characteristic, which is supposed for while you by accident delete or modify a big assortment of your recordsdata, can return so far as 180 days in case you’re a Skilled subscriber or 30 days in case you subscribe to Plus. Watermarking, in the meantime, will solely be out there to subscribers on the Skilled tier.
Dropbox’s new options are rolling out within the coming weeks, and the value enhance for Dropbox Plus will take impact at the beginning of a subscriber’s subsequent billing cycle.