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Box, hot off its initial public offering last week, is beefing up the Box Notes note-taking feature it rolled out last year.

Box said today that users will be able to drop pictures and tables into their Box Notes files. And not only that — Box is also bringing version history to the feature, so people can look back at older versions of their files.

“Hover over the saving indicator in the upper-right corner to access previous versions of a document,” Box Notes product manager Jonathan Berger wrote in a blog post. “We automatically create these roughly every 5 minutes and show you who made edits on each version.”

Version 3.6.1 of the Box app for iOS will allow users to insert pictures they take with the cameras on their devices and select pictures from their media libraries.

Companies like GE and Schneider Electric are using Box Notes, as is Indiana University, Berger wrote.

Box competitor Huddle has a note-taking feature, Huddle Note. Microsoft, which sells cloud file storage service OneDrive, also has note-taking capability in OneNote. And collaboration startup Quip allows users to mix notes with spreadsheets in documents.