Selective Sync 2.0
Sync any cloud file down to your local computer or any local folder up to OneDrive or Google Drive.
Works on Explorer, Finder, Nautilus, Caja & Nemo.
How to use Selective Sync 2.0
Selective Sync 2.0 has two modes: Cloud Selective Sync and Local Selective Sync.
Cloud Selective Sync
To sync a cloud file down to your local computer, use Cloud Selective Sync.
Simply click the Cloud Selective Sync icon on the upper right section of the interface and select the files and folders you want to sync.
Once you've selected your files, click Sync!
Access cloud files locally
Once your Google Drive or OneDrive files are finished syncing, they'll be stored locally in your Base Folder.
Each account you own will have its own separate Base Folder for easy management.
Local Selective Sync
To sync a local folder up to Google Drive or OneDrive, click the Local Selective Sync icon on the upper right section of the interface.
Your file manager will open so you can select the local folder for syncing. Confirm your selection to start syncing.
Insync also gives you the option to sync the folder directly under Files / My Drive, sync it under a folder, or merge it with an existing folder.
Local folders in the cloud
Once your folder is finished syncing, it will now be located in the cloud! No need to move or change its original file location.
Selective Sync 2.0 is just one of the many features of Insync
What else can you do with Insync?
Syncing files across multiple platforms is Insync's bread and butter. Compatible with Linux, Windows, and Mac.
Sync files from multiple Google Drive and OneDrive Accounts with each one having its own local folder.
Shared Drives Syncing
Give your team members offline access to Google's Shared Drives for flexible and productive workflows.
Sync your external drive to Google Drive or OneDrive. Or both!
Sync Any Folder
Syncing any folder, cloud to local and local to cloud, is one of Insync's syncing superpowers!
Install Insync in as many computers as you'd like to have 24/7 access to your Google Drive and OneDrive.
Similar to Shared Drives, you can sync SharePoint files for offline collaboration with team members.
Set rules so that Insync will ignore certain file types or names when syncing. Works like .gitignore.