What is the initial transfer of data?

When the very first sync starts, cloudHQ starts its “initial transfer of data.” During this stage, cloudHQ needs to investigate the structure of the cloud services being synced and to copy all data between two cloud services. This initial stage is divided into three phases: First Phase: Cataloging of meta-data When the very first sync starts, […]

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How cloudHQ handles conflicts

When a cloudHQ sync runs into a file that exists in both the target and source cloud services, but this file was never synced through cloudHQ or file was changed on both location simultaneously, cloudHQ will do the following: cloudHQ will first download files from the source and target cloud service. cloudHQ will compare these […]

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How does cloudHQ sync Evernote with Dropbox, Google Drive or other file system cloud services?

cloudHQ can export Evernote notes into the following formats: PDF HTML MS Word OpenOffice Google Docs (if sync’d with Google Drive) TXT ENEX format (explained here: https://evernote.com/contact/support/kb/#!/article/28607737) cloudHQ also allows you to sync an entire Evernote notebook as one big PDF file—so you have one PDF file for each notebook. The note attachments are exported as they […]

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How cloudHQ maps Basecamp 2 to filesystem

If “Sync only attached files (exclude all discussions, todos, and text documents)” is enabled, cloudHQ creates a folder for each Basecamp project and puts all project files (uploads or attachments to discussions) into that folder. You will see something like this in your Box, Dropbox or Google Drive account: <Project Name 1>/            […]

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What is cloudHQ?

cloudHQ is an online service which offers email productivity workflow solutions and cloud sync and backup solutions. cloudHQ offers three types of products: Gmail Productivity Tools: We all hate email, but still spend most of our day there. Because of that, we created over 50 Gmail productivity tools to help keep you be productive in […]

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