One of the best things about modern computing is the availability of “the cloud,” allowing us to sync files from device to device without using floppy discs, thumb drives, or complex network connections to file servers. With cloud services such as Dropbox, iCloud Drive, One Drive, and others, this syncing mostly just works. You put files in a folder on your computer, and they sync to the cloud, and you can access the same files on another computer or device.
But when you’re syncing Scrivener projects to cloud services, there are some rules to respect. Here’s how you can use Scrivener with the cloud.
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