Dropbox has brought project planning capabilities to its collaborative word processing tool, Paper, with the addition of a new timeline feature.

Paper was unveiled in 2015 as Dropboxaimed to expand its cloud document storage business. The cloud tool – which competes with Google Docs, Microsoft Word, Quip, Box Notes and others – lets users work together on the creation of rich-text documents and embed content such as YouTube videos.

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According to Dropbox, users find Paper useful for coordinating work, too. This is due, in part, to features such as embeddable to-do lists, @mentions and due dates for team members.

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