I used all the major "records that synchrize" services over the years. Dropbox was the original soluti, but I also used eDrive, Box, Google Drive and iCloud. They all have good points and weak points.
Persally, I settled iCloud Drive because it's built into macOS and iOS, but it's not without improvement. Here are four things that Apple needs to add to iCloud Drive in the very near future
Shared folders have become table issues in 2018. Almost everye has it, and there lack of driving iCloud. Dropbox has had this feature from the beginning. Shared folders also work very well in Google Drive. Why does not iCloud Drive still have this feature?
I would ideally like to have a persistent folder with other iCloud accounts that allows me to set read / write permissis. I would like to be able to say that a certain pers can copy files to / from but do not have permissi to edit. I'd also like to be able to give a trusted pers the right to edit and delete files too.
I would like to be able to generate a web link allowing people not using iCloud to download files that would then be downloaded to my Mac. This would be a "write" file permissi ly for anye with the public link.
Native Restore Feature
iCloud.com allows you to restore deleted files, but it's super awkward and slow. This is especially true if you are not looking for a file that was deleted . In fact, …