If you’re big on collaboration, or change devices on a fairly regular basis, it’s pretty likely that you’re a fan of Dropbox. Given that its core features are pretty much what you’d want right out of the box, any changes to the service are going to be incremental with varying degrees of usefulness.
The latest Dropbox update, which allows you to automatically save screengrabs, is relatively small but fares pretty well on the usefulness front.
According to an official blog post from the service, Dropbox will also create a link to your screenshot and copy it to your clipboard in a bid to make it easier to share.
Mac users meanwhile can now use an importer that allows them to copies their photos from iPhoto directly to their Dropbox.
“A lot goes into keeping all your photos in one place and always having them handy to share,” says Dropbox’s Alicia Chen, “we hope small improvements like these return that time to you”.