If Dropbox hasn't responded to the last 100 people who asked this question, what makes you think:
1. They are even reading these comments
2. They have any intention of responding to them
Do you really think after all this time someone from Dropbox is going to go "GUYS! We've forgotten to post changelogs for the past few years! Wasn't anyone reading the forum posts?!?"
Obviously, you're welcome to do whatever you like, it just seems like a waste of energy.
I've just found one nice new feature in this build, from the system tray icon menu you can now go directly to the folder containing the last synced file. I guess it's new, and I really like it. So why you Dropboxers are so shy (!) to not tell us what is new? Do we have to discover new features by chance?
I think Dropbox doesn't give release notes because not everyone gets new features at the same time.
Their process seems to be:
So they can't have release notes, unless you want them to say:
What we need is release notes in the client itself, that tells the user what's new and what's fixed for that particular user.
Absolutely! It is a waste of time.
Dropbox is totally disconnected from their users, they have been for a long time. They've jumped the sharp. They've "Dropboxed". They deserve this kind of failure to bear their name. "That business has Dropboxed!".
Let's say that this is a trail, a message from the past to the clueless corporate guys who in the very near future will ask themselves why many Apple users have migrated to other services.
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