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sync [2019/07/01 20:41]
dstillman [Alternative Syncing Solutions]
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 **Storing the Zotero data directory directly in a cloud storage folder is extremely likely to corrupt your Zotero database and should not be done.** (The same is true of most database-backed programs.) **Storing the Zotero data directory directly in a cloud storage folder is extremely likely to corrupt your Zotero database and should not be done.** (The same is true of most database-backed programs.)
  
-You can, however, store just the ''​storage''​ subdirectory of the Zotero data directory, as explained below. You can also manually copy your entire data directory to a synced folder after closing Zotero on one computer and then restore it — again with Zotero closed — on another computer, as if you were performing a [[zotero_data#​backing_up_your_zotero_library|backup and restore]] of your data.+You can, however, store just the ''​storage''​ subdirectory of the Zotero data directory ​in cloud storage, as explained below. You can also manually copy your entire data directory to a synced folder after closing Zotero on one computer and then restore it — again with Zotero closed — on another computer, as if you were performing a [[zotero_data#​backing_up_your_zotero_library|backup and restore]] of your data.
  
 If you want to use an external file-sync service to sync just your Zotero attachment files, you have several options: If you want to use an external file-sync service to sync just your Zotero attachment files, you have several options:
sync.txt · Last modified: 2020/07/10 16:48 by dstillman