I’m pretty new so please bear with me. I’ve hooked between 10-20 different websites together. For some reason what I have linked on my iMac is not showing up on my MacBook Air. Any & all help is very much appreciated!
iMac & a MacBook Air.
Hook Version 3.8 (4940; Integration v. 232)
Hook folder location: iCloud (same folder for both devices) & the hooksycc subfolder has 2 files
Hook Notes location: iCloud (within the Hook folder mentioned above) no files inside
I set custom iCloud folders for notes & templates in addition to iCloud sync enabled. The link you shared said do one or the other.
From the help file you shared it looked like there is no downside to using either, except it seems easier to use the iCloud sync.
So now that I did both option 1 & 2 and syncing is not working at all, what is my best course of action going forward?
Is your MacBook Air on battery? if so you’d want to make sure “Pause synchronization while on battery power” was unchecked in Sync Tab – Hook.
How long have you waited? Your original post was 2 hours ago, but on a bad day if iCloud services are having hickups it can take a bit longer than that. You could also try relaunching Hook or in worst case rebooting one of the Macs.
I’ve done the hooks yesterday. Since then I have quit & reopened Hook on both. Not restarted though. But this is why I am asking if having both sync options enabled iCloud via sync tab & manual folder location in iCloud is causing a problem. If that can cause problems, how do I revert to the default folders & just use iCloud sync?
Also if you think iCloud syncing is slow, would you recommend tying Google Drive, Dropbox, … for speedier syncing?