Folder Sync 2.8.0

Folder Sync Version 2.8.0 has been approved and is now available on the Mac App Store. Special thanks to those that took the time to contact support to provide feedback on version 2.7.0 for the benefit of all Folder Sync 2 users.

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Folder Sync 2.7.0

Folder Sync Version 2.7.0 has been approved and is now available on the Mac App Store. The main feature update of this release was to address feedback received that whilst the FS2 filtering mechanism is very powerful, it is too complicated for users just looking to see what is different between two folders and sync them.

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Folder Sync 2.6.0

Hot on the heels of 2.5.0, Folder Sync Version 2.6.0 has also now been approved by Apple and is available on the Mac App Store.

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Folder Sync 2.4.0

After almost 3 weeks “In Review”, Folder Sync Version 2.4.0 has now been approved by Apple and is available on the Mac App Store.

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Removal of delays added in Trial Version

Thank you to those that took the time to contact us to explain their dismay and frustration with the delays added in the Trial Version. All delays have been completely removed from the trial version of 2.3.0 which is currently with Apple for approval.

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Return of the Sync Queue and Preset Scheduling

Building on the improvements made in version 2.2, version 2.3 is taking shape nicely. The Sync Queue improves on version 1 by allowing multiple operations within the queue to operate in parallel. Scheduling is also improved with finer control over timed schedules allowing multiple schedules to be added to a Preset.


Folder Sync 2 Improvements

We’ve been working on some more updates and hope to have these released soon. We have migrated the app to use native tabs for improved functionality and that has also led to a return of the toolbar (most requested feature). This work also lays some important ground work for a return of the Sync Queue / Preset Scheduling in a future release. Version 2.2 will now also open on Mojave to allow users to test and and we’ve also added back in the ability to customise the colours in anticipation and preparation for future compatibility with Mojave dark mode.

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