How can I set up QNAP Qsync for file synchronization on my NAS?

Setting up QNAP Qsync for file synchronization on your NAS

To set up Qsync for file synchronization on your QNAP NAS, you can follow these steps:

1. Install Qsync

- Open the QTS Desktop on your QNAP NAS and go to the "App Center."
- Search for "Qsync" and click on the "Install" button to download and install the Qsync application.

2. Configure Qsync

- Once Qsync is installed, launch the application and provide your QNAP NAS login credentials to log in.
- Set up the synchronization options according to your preferences. You can choose to sync all files or select specific folders for synchronization.
- Configure the synchronization schedule, file conflict resolution, and other settings as desired.

3. Add Qsync clients

- Install Qsync on the devices you want to sync files with. This can be Windows or Mac computers, smartphones, or tablets.
- Launch the Qsync application on the client device and enter the NAS IP address or QuickConnect ID.
- Provide your QNAP login credentials to connect the Qsync client to your NAS.

4. Start syncing files

- Once the Qsync clients are connected to the NAS, the synchronized folders will start appearing on each client device.
- Any changes made to files within the synchronized folders on one device will automatically sync to all other connected devices.
- Qsync also allows for collaboration, where multiple users can work on shared files simultaneously.

Using Qsync, you can easily keep your files synchronized across multiple devices and collaborate with others. It provides a convenient and secure way to access and manage your files stored on your QNAP NAS.

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