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  1. Now that encrypted folders are part of BTsync, it would be great to have affordable options for setting up cloud peers. I'd love to see the option to connect to many of the various cloud storage services out their via their APIs. My personal favourite (due to cost) is B2. $5/month per TB is pretty hard to argue with. The challenge is getting my BTsync encrypted folder onto B2, a process that currently requires a separate VPS and some CLI magic. It would be great if there were a simple, built-in way to go about this. Besides B2, there's Dropbox, Google, S3 etc. etc. etc. - many options ope
  2. I'm thinking of downloading Resilio Sync, but I have a few questions first. Basically, what I'd like to be able to do is use Resilio Sync to keep my local My Documents folder synced with either a Cryptomator or Veracrypt vault stored in my local cloud folder (be it for Dropbox, OneDrive, etc.). In more detail, what I'd like to do is drag copies of individual files and file folders that I'd like to keep backed up into my Cryptomator/Veracrypt vault and have any changes I make to the local version of those files synced with the copies stored in the vault. I don't want to work directly
  3. I have one fast startup SSD disk, with less space and one larger slower disk. It would be great being able to sync both of these on different disks. At the moment, I can share a folder on the fast SSD to other computers, but it will appear on the default location. In the future, it would be a great feature just to right click on the folder and choose a new location for it. Think I will have to use 1TB Dropbox now for the SSD and use Resilio Sync for the big disk...
  4. guys, new here. kinda a computer noob. need a bit of help to set up My story: have about 70gb on dropbox, but 50gb is expiring soon have 30gb on onedrive (missed the 200gb promo earlier this year) I use cloud mostly to keep my music library in sync (about 40gb) Using Samsung Note 3, rooted currently sync with "folder sync" app What I want to achieve with bt sync: Sync music to my android sd [oneway from computer] (that means if I mess up the files in the phone, it won't affect my collection on my computers) Upload camera pictures to computer not really a backup so that i can delete photo
  5. Quota support could be the owncloud or dropbox killer feature btsync needs. I know that btsync is not a dropbox or owncloud service type, but could be easy implemented with a quota support enabled client. A Linux BOX with btsync enabled can share multiple folders to multiple users with different quota on each folder. I hate owncloud client but love btsync client. I think that quota is the next great feature to add on btsync¡¡
  6. Hello, We are a Software Development Shop that uses file synchonization in order to develop on Windows and automatically sync source code changes to our linux servers and reload our development servers automatically. We've been using Dropbox for months, and recently decided to give BitTorrent Sync a try and we noticed that it takes for Dropbox usually 5 to 10 seconds max to sync changes to the server whereas BitTorrent Sync takes about 15 - 20 seconds. We think that the problem actually is not due to data transfer protocol latency but due to the Windows file watcher taking more time to
  7. Hello BitTorrent Sync! First off! Thank you for pushing the norms of the WORLD! Keep it up! I would like to request a small change to the permissions for Syncing. I would like a feature resembling the old FTP incoming directory. A directory that when you dump stuff into it, it will sync to the other devices. After the Sync however, the local files can be deleted (automatically?) without affecting other sync devices. This would mean that if 3 computers have a full access secret and one has a write-only secret corresponding to the same files, the directory of write-only could be used to p
  8. Curious if anyone's tried using Sync on a folder inside your dropbox folder, or perhaps more specifically, on a folder which has a symlink pointing to it from inside your dropbox folder. I have an always on desktop mac which receives my photos from my camera, and I currently have the photos uploaded to dropbox in order to sync to my laptop. I'm wondering if I were to additionally set up Bittorrent Sync to get direct P2P sync between the desktop and laptop prior to the desktop completing its initial upload to dropbox, would this result in any subsequent syncing conflicts for either DB or Sync.
  9. This is a suggestion. Why not make apps for dropbox and / or box.com as well that way you can share / sync to your dropbox or box as well?