HarperJameson wrote:I appreciate the information. After reading the cautions, it looks to be a little more finicky than it's worth. That's a problem since I work on a Mac desktop at home and an HP laptop at meetings. Thank you both for your help, though.
Far from it. I work regularly with my colleague in China … I'm on Mac, she's on Windows. We use Sync, as Dropbox is blocked in China, and Sync requires a little more care than Dropbox in terms of making sure all uploads and downloads are complete before opening a project or closing the computer.
Fundamentally, for you, since you are using both computers, that is the most onerous thing. Once set up, it's no different from accessing a project on your hard drive … just make sure you've closed the project and allowed sync'ing to happen on both machines before opening it on the other..
And the only set up is having the appropriate app—I have no idea about One Drive for this, as I've never used it at all—installed on each computer, logged into the cloud server, and your project(s) saved into the resulting folder.Apart from that, if you use v.3 on the Mac, you'll need to use the Beta 3 on Windows.