I restarted both my iPad and iPhone. That forced the
iCloud info to sync, but that was it. I do more work on my Mac, but the changes are not updated on the iPad or iPhone. That can't be the fix? I need my db to sync across my devices as I make changes.
Hi, That is right that button in the iPad says "Store in
iCloud Drive", but if you click on it you will get the possibility to save the database locally also. I tried that and it worked well. Have you checked the size of your database and the free space of your storage? Best, Jörg
And where are the files stored in
Select "Save archive as..." and reimport the file using the
iCloud option: Birger
Subscribe to th cloud version or just have all your devices connected to icloud an have run your Ninox dastabase in the icloud.
Yes, if you want to work with the same databases you need run your devices with same Apple ID/
iCloud account. The family share means only the use of the App itself. Best, Jörg
Hi, the crash of th iOS might be an
iCloud issue. Please log out from
iCloud, restart your device and log in to
iCloud again. Best regards, Alex
Salut, Si vous avez sauvegardé vos bases de données dans l'onglet "Mes bases de données" et là dans votre
iCloud, veuillez utiliser Réorganiser dans le menu de la base de données et réessayer. Votre attention : Avec cette fonction, la base de données sera nouvellement créée. Veuillez vous assurer que la base de données est à jour avec la synchronisation avec d'autres appareils avant d'exécuter cet
I created a database for keeping track of finances. I have the iPad upgrade, Mac desktop app and iphone app. The syncing works great between my devices. I would like my wife to be able to have access to the financial database. We share
iCloud storage (200gb) but have separate
iCloud accounts (Family Sharing). Is there anyway for her databases to sync with mine in the
iCloud realm in this scenario?
Hi, Apple does not allow access to application data via the Finder. That means the data is not visible in the
iCloud folder. Best, Jörg