Understanding how iCloud works, and how files can be downloaded or evicted. Basic tests which are essential preliminaries, and using Cirrus to help.
Lists the Standard Exclusions set by the system, explains custom ‘sticky’ exclusions, how iCloud Drive is handled, and oddities with Photos libraries.
This free service doesn’t use up any of your iCloud space allowance, and can send attachments of up to 5 GB in size. Here’s how to use it on the Web, and in the Mail app.
An important feature for many iOS users, this has now appeared in macOS, despite not apparently being exposed to the user. Here’s what I know.
Why documents can lose their old versions when moving them around, and what you can do to preserve them.
Now runs native on both Intel and Apple Silicon Macs, a tiny menu bar tool to download and evict items from iCloud.
Better colour scheme for text in its log window, some other minor fixes, and now runs native on both Intel and Apple Silicon Macs.
Some files rely on these to work properly. What happens when you share such a file using your iCloud account? The answer isn’t simple, but here are full details.
When should you use the Move To menu command in any of Apple’s iWork apps? What advantages does it bring over the Finder?
Document versions can be invaluable, being between Undo and your backups. But they’re also easy to lose. Here’s how to keep them.