Version 4.0 released - now includes Dropbox backup
Wednesday, March 27, 2013 at 7:30AM
Bill Burgar

I'm delighted to announce the release of version 4.0 of Meeting Gold today. For this version I've concentrated on the most requested feature: Dropbox backup. 

You can opt to backup manually or automatically. Automatic backup attempts to upload to Dropbox when you close a document after editing it and also every 24 hours it runs another checking backup to ensure that all documents have been uploaded.

If a document has been uploaded to Dropbox and the copy of the document is still on Dropbox Meeting Gold will not re-upload until the document changes.

You can create a full archive of all meetings (as you could previously for email archive) and upload that to Dropbox.

You can set a manual upload running which will upload all documents to Dropbox that are not yet uploaded.

Dropbox backup only uploads to Dropbox while the app is open. You can continue working in Meeting Gold while it uploads. It will try to pick up where it left off for large uploads on reopening the app.

You will need a Dropbox account to use this feature.

Dropbox backup settings are found on the settings menu.


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