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Thanks for using Dropbox and helping test our beta build! Here are the user visible changes in v59:
seems this version has a problem with the in app notifications of files updated or uploaded by others (in shared folders). I have this version running on both my MacBook as my Windows 10 PC and in the Recent Files section (desktop app homepage view) I only see changes I made. Files others change or upload to shared folders are not mentioned in this Recent Files section. So there is no way to know if someone has added or changed shared files/folders.
@samertm in previous versions of the desktop app yes, I saw changes others made, so I could easily see if someone added or changed a file. However I do not recall seeing changes made by others in this beta version.
If you upgrade to the latest beta build (you may have already been autoupdated to it), v60, there should be a new "Team Activity" tab in your tray that will show you the events occurring on a file and the users who are making those changes. If that isn't the case, please let me know.
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