If you're working on a file on your machine and at the same time a colleague is working on the same file in the cloud or on her machine, which changes are saved? When a conflict like this occurs, Insync will notify you via the Conflicts tab so that you can decide which changes to keep.
Either way, you have no data loss.
You can either keep changes you've made while working on the file locally and upload it to the cloud or you can choose to keep the changes you've made while working on the file in the cloud and sync it to your local machine.
Once you've made a decision, a notification will appear on the Activity Feed informing you of your choice.
If you find that you often get file copy conflicts, you can save time by choosing a new default option from the Settings tab.
Syncing files across multiple platforms is Insync's bread and butter. Compatible with Linux, Windows, and Mac.
Sync files from multiple Google Drive, OneDrive, and Dropbox accounts with each one having its own local folder.
Access, manage, and share your Google Drive, OneDrive, and Dropbox files on your desktop.
Similar to Shared Drives, you can sync SharePoint files for offline collaboration with team members.
Syncing any folder, cloud to local and local to cloud, is one of Insync's syncing superpowers!
Automatically convert synced Google Docs to Microsoft Office and OpenDocument.
Back-up your files to Google Drive, OneDrive, or Dropbox and restore them to your local system
Do more with 2-way sync, 1-way sync, selective sync, & merge!
Install Insync in as many computers as you'd like to have 24/7 access to your Google Drive, OneDrive, and Dropbox.
Give your team members offline access to Google's Shared Drives for flexible and productive workflows.
Sync your external drive to Google Drive, OneDrive, or Dropbox!
Set rules so that Insync will ignore certain file types or names when syncing. Works like .gitignore.
Sync and access the same files or folders on all your operating systems within the same machine.