Depending on the details of your needs, it might not be as easy. For instance, very view sync services are truely cross platform; Linux especially is supported by few (though also used by few users...)
Also, many details of the Dropbox client are superior: Prioritization of small uploads (such that that one larger file doesn't stall the synchronization of your work documents), how sync conflcits are handled (e.g. Spideroak just silently discards the version that has been changed earlier), avoidance of redundant uploads due to differential synchronization, local sync for devices in the same network, ...
It is easy to start relying on such features, even if the storage needs aren't large. Hence an entry-level tier that unlocks more than three devices without awkward workarounds would be appreciated over "just change providers".
You wrote this: please note that those you had previously linked prior to March 2019 will remain connected.
I sent you 4 e-mail about my previous ownership of 5 accounts.
The answers I got each time is that you cannot do anything about that. So I lost 2 important accounts. Thanks
Since then, I advised all of my fellow employes (1987) in the city where I work to consider switching to Google Drive.
Thanks for getting back to me, @JohnDoe1983.
I understand that you've had a rough experience withthis, but I just wanted to clarify that the limitation for Basic accounts is only in regards to devices.
Your accounts are not deleted, you can still access them from the website, and your active content is still available.
Let me know if you have any other questions!
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