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Keep folder locally without uploading

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The only setting I know of is selective sync which allows folders to be in the cloud without downloading them locally. What I want to do is the opposite; allow folders to exist locally without uploading them to the cloud. Is there a way to do this?

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Re: Keep folder locally without uploading

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Hey @User9, let me have a closer look to see if there’s a way to achieve what you have in mind through our Official Support channel. I’ve now sent you a brief message & once you reply back to me there, I’ll review your account specifics & further advise. Please have a look at your inbox whenever you have a bit of spare time & I’ll check back with you asap. Thanks!

 


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