The synchronisation depends on the
iCloud Sync mechanism. Sometimes it is executed in different ways.
@DavidEdson I’m assuming you’re using both the Mac app...and the Ninox iOS app — you can sync via
iCloud. When you add a new dB template you’re ‘asked’ if you want to sync to (or use)
iCloud. There’s a way you can do that as well for a dB you already have (can’t remember off the top/head but it is in the (online) Manual). You can only use Admin 🔧 mode on one device or the other at a time (safegua
see here: https://ninoxdb.de/en/manual/data-synchronization/icloud Birger
Hi Mirco, it could be a icloud sync-problem. You can try to disconnect your icloud from your ipad and sync it again. Let me know if that has fixed your problem.
Hi, The iPad App needs the Premium Upgrade in order to synchronize with your
iCloud. Best, Jörg
HI, THANKS FOR THE REPLY! i STILL HAVE A QUESTION, IF i HAVE MY OWN PERSONAL CLOUD, CAN I SAVE MY DATABASE ON IT AND CAN I GRANT ACCESS TO IT FROM MY WIFE CELLPHONE FOR EXEMPLE? iT S ON ANOTHER APPLE ID BUT IF WE ARE NOT ON ICLOUD BUT PERSONNAL CLOUD...IS IT POSSIBLE?
I think the only databases syncked with icloud are those in your 'My databases' tab of the native app. steven
If you want the
iCloud sync, Yes.
They are not visible in your
iCloud folder. Best regards, Alex
subscription for the Ninox Cloud version. The area of your Ninox App for Mac that you have already purchased is only the "My Databases" tab where you can store your databases locally or in your
iCloud. In the Ninox App, databases can be stored locally or in your
iCloud, so the test subscription process does not affect the ability to synchronize the app databases via
iCloud. You can only see the in