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A Way To See If New Stuff Been Aded To Synced Folders

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Is there a way on desktop windows version 2.1.3 to see if there is new files aded to the folders without opening folders and checking one by one yourself? with sync all i can see on size collum the diference in size so that way i know if new files been downloaded but with sync all off cant find an easy way

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When new folders added on other devices are transferring to your device, a balloon tooltip should show on Sync's tray informing you of the sync.

 

You can also click the "History" icon in Sync's UI to see what files have recently been added/synced

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Is there a way to log file events? Was wondering that for a while. I think I have read a request for it but forgot about it until now.

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history is a nice thought  but we sync several torrent download folders so a lot of stuff is hapening in hystory like new files added deleted and so  on its kinda hard  if you want to find if something was added to 1-2specific folders and its subfolders

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The log file could be more specific than the File History in the GUI. The log file, like in other sync applications or in general applications are way more detailed and you could have program parse once a minute. There you could grep for specific paths or folder names etc.

That's just a thought of me personal so don't mind me :D

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