Sync libraries (articles, notes, lists, and highlights) across multiple computers/devices
Right now, it is very difficult to synchronize libraries across computers because of how ReadCube stores data. A synchronized feature (similar to dropbox or amazon's cloud) would be incredibly helpful.
With the release of ReadCube Pro, we are very happy to announce that our Cloud Sync feature is now available! Our Cloud Sync feature is available in your preferences menu on your desktop client under the “ReadCube Pro” tab. As long as you have an active subscription to ReadCube Pro, your desktop client will automatically sync any changes you make to your library up to our server. Whenever you log in to a new machine that doesn’t have your full library, all new changes will be downloaded immediately (as long as you have an active internet connection). For more information about this, please see our support article about Cloud Sync at: http://support.readcube.com/knowledgebase/articles/278198-cloud-sync-faq
Ju ZHANG commented
Import the file from my own Dropbox would be great already.
Zhongyuan Zhao commented
Or if we can choose the working folder of the files, we can sync it with our own cloud disks.
Is there new version available that syncs?
Junfeng Wang commented
Can I recommend that the each entry be marked by the list it belongs to?
Junfeng Wang commented
It would be wonderfull if my lists can also be syn'ed accross different plateforms.
Vivek Babu commented
Will this sync option would also be cross platform??? i.e from mac to windows and windows to mac???
Zhibo Ma commented
Hi, it was told to me that the new version of readcube with cloud library and smart cite will be released in late December. Why I still don't see them?
Victoria Stockman commented
Do you know when this feature will be available?
Readcube would be worth every penny if this was up and working! Definitely the deciding factor if I will subscribe.
Jiangyang Zhang commented
I tried the library sync function in the Readcube pro, but it does not support syncing lists. It should be added.
Paul Levy commented
Not to sound impatient, but it is November 13, any status update on the syncing?
Arthur M commented
Is the synchromizing ready?
Nicco Reggente commented
I'm surprised at how long I've been willing to wait for this, despite the inconvenience. Please make it happen soon :)
It is officially "fall". What is the status of syncing?
Wei Chien commented
I'm also looking forward to this function.
But is there's any way I can move library data from 1 computer to another 1 offline now?
John Szymanski commented
How is this going? What I'd really like is to be able to sync my library database across computers without necessarily keeping the downloaded PDFs on each--the required PDFs could be downloaded at will from within readcube.
Also would be nice to have an easy way to delete downloaded PDFs while keeping the citation in the library database--for papers i probably don't need but might want to come back to.
In a similar vein, it would be good to be able to download and read PDFs and then decide whether to keep or discard the file.
Robert Daniel Hoffmann commented
How is the status of the syncing function?
This feature is really essential and I am willing to pay a fee for this feature, if money holds you back...
Any update on this addition yet?
How is this function going?
Arthur Cheng commented
Being able to access my one library on a cloud across all of my computers would be genious. Thanks for working on this!