Box Notes is getting its own standalone web app and a new desktop app for Windows and Mac.
It’s a new turn for the product, which allows users to collaboratively edit documents in real time.Notes gives users a workspace for jotting down ideas and sharing them with others.
Those notes can include rich text elements like embedded images, tasks and tables, in addition to plain text.
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The service is designed to give users a shared workspace in the cloud for discussing ideas and working on them with other people. Making Notes a standalone app could help it appeal to a broader audience and increase its usage. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here