Program that helps you manage the timing of your Google and Microsoft accounts, is now available in the final version (Stable) for you to use.
As we reported about 4 months ago, Insync was testing its version 3 of the application, which brought support for Microsoft's OneDrive and thus making life easier for people who migrate to Linux and have this cloud service. We did this story explaining everything that would be coming in this verse.
Well, the wait is over. The final version of Insync 3 has been released with some news regarding the Beta version, and they are:
Added support for OneDrive for Business and SharePoint in OneDrive sync;
New "faster" synchronization mechanism;
Support for Google Drive and OneDrive accounts;
Full sync selection (local and cloud);
Support for home folders;
More informative progress bar;
For more information, just visit the Insync blog post. If you are using version 1.x and want to migrate to version 3, just follow their migration guide. To download the Linux version, you can access the following link. Since it is a paid program, you can access the price table here (which you pay only once). This article does not end here, keep exchanging an idea there in our forum.
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