Simple tools to preserve versions in documents, whether copied to an external drive, NAS, cloud storage including iCloud and Dropbox, even sent by email.
Support for deep copying of documents, and a tool to preserve versions across iCloud Drive enable you to rely on versions in your work.
Many pro users are now turning to iCloud Drive to integrate them into their work. How well does it cope? Is it ready for such demanding use?
How does the ‘Optimize Storage’ feature work? Indeed, does it work? A look at its confusions and a couple of bugs.
When does macOS decide to download new and changed items in iCloud Drive? This steps through the process from decision to completion.
How does macOS learn of changes which have taken place in iCloud Drive, such as the uploading of files from another system? Here the process is taken apart, and points of failure highlighted.
You’ve uploaded files to your iCloud Drive on another system, but an hour or more later other systems can’t see them. Here’s a solution.
When you upload a file to iCloud Drive, the steps involved are complex. They’re outlined and diagrammed here, with pointers to how to diagnose and resolve problems.
A new app to help you work out why those files aren’t uploading to iCloud Drive, and more. Performs a test upload which could even fix a problem.
What do Apple and other sources recommend to fix problems getting files to upload to iCloud Drive, or to sync with it?