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[Already Implemented] Automatically Sync All Files On Some Devices.

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BTS seems to automatically start syncing folders added to my other devices, but in "on demand" mode.

 

I want BTS on my NAS (when it's available) or iMac (for now) to automatically sync all files for all folders added to any of my devices, so it can act as the "always on" cloud peer.

 

I want my laptop to automatically sync "on demand" for all folders added to any of my devices, so it doesn't start downloading too much data when I don't need it.

 

The configuration option should be per device and something like "Default Sync mode for new shares" with these options:

 

"off" (in which case the user can set the sync mode and local directory manually for all new shares)

 

"on demand" (in which case it goes into the default folder location and only creates .bts links)

 

"always" (in which case it goes into the default folder location and syncs all data)

 

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Such functionality already exists - when you add a new device to "My Devices", you can set it as either "Connected", "Available", or "Synced". - try connecting your devices as "Synced"

 

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thats good, but only the first time you add a  device,  but after that, if I add a file, is there any way to sync it automatically?? 

 

i cant be on B computer, so i want it to sync automatically from A without  having to be on B

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