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How much is that product?
I think it was free and as such may be worth as much. I hope they can finish it someday.
Wait a second, did I just reveal it's not finished? Don't tell anyone.
what planet are you on?
your answer had nothing at all to do with the question - or was that the point of it?
This is a discussion forum.
And it's what I remember when I tried this system.
Did you try it before you paid? I find a few that make that mistake.
Again, this is a discussion forum with a little member to member support. If you lash out at others you find members stay away. Just thought you'd like to know that.
-> You did present the fact the system is still being worked on ", they took 10 seconds to reveal there was a problem in the program they were trying to sort out" so this is pretty much my finding as well when I tried it a few months ago.
Was there more to be said?
well it's still got bugs but it's well established and quite well known
sorry for lashing out - I honestly didn't know if that was an answer to the question
incidentally, can you recommend a good cloud site?
I'm still searching myself.
For now I'm using the Amazon Cloud that came with my Kindle Fire and the free DropBox for some stuff on a project I'm working on.
I know a lot of folk want a cheaper option to DropBox but those guys have it wired. I like it.
in case you're being serious
I have a 250gb account and it's costing me $300 per year ($25 a month)
SugaSync Feedback & Other Cloud Options
Well SugarSync is among the best cloud storage option in town. But it is pretty obvious that it also has some deficiency that can't be neglected. As you clearly mentioned in your question that you have faced some dreadful customer services from their support department, and the main reason was that the guy dealing was from an Asian country rather than US one. I have been using SugarSync for 6 months and my experience with them are good enough. Haven't experienced much about customer support.
If you are looking for more online cloud storage options, then you will find dozens of companies offering storage services to a great extent. My personal choices are Dropbox and JustCloud, they are good enough and affordable as well.
Note: This post was edited by a forum moderator to remove promotional link on 02/20/2013 at 9:17 AM PT
Thanks but what about your own cloud?
1 other defect in SugarSync
I completely forgot the most serious defect - apart from the ability to prioritize uploads/downloads (which as I said often doesn't appear), SS also claim their system detects minor changes to files so that you don't need to upload the entire file again. For example, if I change the name of a song or its artist or another single tag, SS should detect this and only make the minor change.
sadly, it often doesn't. I bulk-changed details for many songs recently, SS didn't detect this and instead of taking a few seconds to effect minor changes, it took hours and hours to upload all the whole songs again (I have many songs in the clouds)
thanks for the recommendation re Dropbox (I already have) and JustCloud - does anyone know if they can also detect minor changes (e.g. file names) and not re-upload the entire files again?