How to sync your notes across all of your devices

Note: Cloud Storage is an Industry Pro feature. Connect to cloud storage providers, such as iCloud, Dropbox, and Google Drive to sync notes.

The first step to syncing your notes across devices with cloud storage is to make sure you're upgraded to Scriptation Industry Pro.

If you're not a Pro user, what are you waiting for?

After getting the upgraded toolkit, you should open the File Browser and tap any of the cloud drives you wish to link.

Both Dropbox and Google Drive will redirect you to a separate sign in where you can log into your account with your username and password.

And, ta-da! You're synced.

Your files and annotations will be automatically saved to that location. Be sure to sign into your cloud storage provider on all your iOS devices to access your synced notes wherever you're working.

iCloud is a little different.
iCloud Drive Folder
Scriptation automatically generates a folder inside iCloud Drive. This is the main directory where all your files and folders will sync in iCloud.

If you use a Mac, make sure to store all of your files and folders inside the Scriptation folder that’s located in iCloud Drive.

Import Files into iCloud
PDFs can be imported into iCloud from several apps. Open the PDF, tap the share icon at the top right, choose COPY TO SCRIPTATION, navigate to your iCloud directory, and tap SELECT.

Move/Copy from Local to iCloud
If you’re an existing user that wants to sync with iCloud, or if you saved a file to your Local folder by accident, moving and copy your files into iCloud is easy.

Tap … next to the file name, choose MOVE/COPY, navigate to the iCloud directory, and tap SELECT.

You can also select multiple files by tapping the "..." at the very top of the File Browser and then tap SELECT to choose multiple scripts to move.

Don't forget, if your scripts are saved locally, you will not be able to access them on other devices.
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