Keep your current directory structure, and still have the ability to sync local files and folders to the cloud.
Sync different folders to different locations simultaneously — folder A to your computer, folder B to your USB drive, and folder C external drive all.
Have updated files all the time.
Keep your original folder safe while syncing changes to the destination folder.
Sync your various peripherals to and from the cloud.
Sync your network drives to and from the cloud to enable useful workflows.
If you like to keep your folders in one place, we got your back! Each account will have its own central syncing folder.
Wherever your folders are located — outside the home folder or external drive (just not on Mars), we will sync it to and from any Earth-based devices.
Combine 2 different-named folders from different locations and marry them — "until unsyncing do us part."
Automatically convert and sync your Google Docs to MS Office or OpenDocument, and vice versa.
For Google Drive accounts only.
Exclude specific files, folders, and file extensions when syncing your Google Drive, OneDrive, or Dropbox.
If you're familiar with the .gitignore syntax, you'll feel right at home.
Collaborate much? This feature will prevent data loss from different versions when collaborating.
If you are reading this section, you probably know what this is.
Simply put, it means you can use the same Insync directory (to save local space) for different OSes on the same machine.