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    Dropbox alternatives

    I have not used drop box, but I currently use "COPY" with others in our Church file. I also use Google Drive to backups and "iCloud" to sync between iPhones and iMac.

    Is there any other way to sync between iMac and iPhones other than dropbox?

    Where do I find the details info on dropbox with Reunion and ReunionTouch?

    How much space will be used in dropbox between my reunion files?
    My family file size is under 100MB, but I keep all pictures and documents etc in a Pictures folder in my Reunion folder. I do not use iPhoto or the later Photos app.

    I had no issue with the syncing in R-10.

    thanks, Terry
    bigfoot4

    OS X 10.13

    Reunion 12
    Reunion Touch 1.0.8

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    Re: Dropbox alternatives

    Originally posted by bigfoot4 View Post
    Is there any other way to sync between iMac and iPhones other than dropbox?
    Dropbox is the only service that allows Reunion 11 to communicate with ReunionTouch.

    Originally posted by bigfoot4 View Post
    How much space will be used in dropbox between my reunion files?
    The size of the family file is the amount of space required on Dropbox.
    Gregg Witmer
    Leister Productions, Inc.

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      Re: Dropbox alternatives

      Where do I find the details info on dropbox with Reunion and ReunionTouch?
      You can find details in the Reunion 11 manual - on the Contents page (Help -> Contents), under "Other Topics", you'll find a topic titled "Mobile Devices and Dropbox Sharing" which covers this topic. You can also find information on our ReunionTouch page.
      Mark Harrison
      Leister Productions, Inc.

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        #4
        Re: Dropbox alternatives

        Dropbox is free and gives you 2 GB free. I am already finding the synch via this method to be very fast --- just a few seconds. Note: The family file is still on your Mac as the contents of your Cloud file are duplicated in a Dropbox folder in your Users folder. My family file of approx. 3,000 people is slightly over 31 MB, so there is plenty of space.
        Bob White, Mac Nut Since 1985, Reunion Nut Since 1991
        Jenanyan, Barnes, White, Duncan, Dunning, Luce, Hedge and more
        iMac & MacBookPro 10.14 iPhoneX/iPads 12 R12 & RT 1 Watch 4.3

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