Once you sign in, go through the onboarding process and set the location of your Base Folder. This is where all synced files will be located in your local machine running Ubuntu.
Note: you can change the location of your Base Folder at any time.
After onboarding, you'll see the contents of your Google Drive. To select files and folders for syncing, click the Cloud Selective Sync icon on the upper right.
You'll now be able to select specific files and folders for syncing! When you're done, click Sync.
Insync will sync your files in a jiffy! Once the job's done, your synced Google Drive files will now be easily accessible on your Ubuntu machine.
Syncing files across multiple platforms is Insync's bread and butter. Compatible with Linux, Windows, and Mac.
Sync files from multiple Google Drive and OneDrive Accounts with each one having its own local folder.
Give your team members offline access to Google's Shared Drives for flexible and productive workflows.
Sync your external drive to Google Drive or OneDrive. Or both!
Sync any local folder with Google Drive & OneDrive or vice versa.
Automatically convert synced Google Docs to Microsoft Office and OpenDocument.
Install Insync in as many computers as you'd like to have 24/7 access to your Google Drive and OneDrive.
Set rules so that Insync will ignore certain file types or names when syncing. Works like .gitignore.