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    • #6083
    • #6092
      Jason SeelyeJason Seelye
      Keymaster

      We understand the need for this and we do plan on adding cloud services such as Dropbox, Picasa, etc. in the future. Unfortunately, I cannot provide a timeline right now.

    • #6234
      AvatarJakob Malm
      Participant

      I just thought I’d second this. This is something that I’m looking for too.

    • #6322
      Avatargreenup
      Participant

      Six months have passed, not sure what that qualifies as in internet time…
      is the plan for the cloud still “in the cloud” or is it starting to precipitate?

    • #6382
      Jason SeelyeJason Seelye
      Keymaster

      It is coming… šŸ™‚

      BTW, now is a good time for “cloud” recommendations.

    • #6587
      Avatarcheesus
      Participant

      ownCloud support with some thumbnails offline cache mechanism would be nice šŸ™‚

    • #6593
      AvatarWouter
      Participant

      I have a Synology NAS, so would be nice to see webdav support.

    • #6594
      AvatarJakob Malm
      Participant

      I’d like to be able to use Flickr or some other similar service via F-stop. Working with metadata in e.g. Flickr’s own app and on the web isn’t anywhere close to being as easy as it is in F-stop. Dropbox would be another great service to interface.

    • #6600
      AvatarNix
      Participant

      Access via DLNA or FTP would be great to be open to various systems.

    • #6677
      AvatarTil
      Participant

      Cloud support would be wonderful.
      Some ideas or recommendations:

      • it should be possible to only share a particular part of my photos with the cloud. e.g. only photos of smart album X.
      • f-stop should be aware of the storage limits that might be exceeded easily and help the user to keep track of it. e.g. give warnings at a particular threshold.
      • WebDAV would be nice
      • some way of joint usage of cloud storage witj other f-stop users (e.g. my wife’s phone) would be great.
    • #6805
      Avatarrainerinmuc
      Participant

      When thinking about all these nice “cloudy” connections I want to push focus on the drawbacks of this connectivity:
      a lot of users are moving away from app like “QuickPic” and come to F-Stop… just exactly for this reason – because F-Stop does NOT use cloud connections so far.

      So, to please both parties (the cloud lovers and the cloud dislikers) I suggest to implement cloud support as optional plugins that poeple CAN install, but do not have to if they dont want cloud support.
      This could e.g. work like in other apps (see e.g. Total Commander and its related plugins for different cloud connections: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ghisler.android.TotalCommander)

    • #6806
      Avatarcheesus
      Participant

      @rainerinmuc What’s the point? If you don’t like cloud connectivity, just don’t configure it. It won’t steal your files by itself šŸ˜‰

    • #6809
      Avatardanielson
      Participant

      My case – I have a load of photos on my NAS. It would be great to have at least one suitable service available to access my NAS files – photos directly from my tablet with f-stop to rate them and sort them out.
      I’m waiting for that function.
      I don’t use cloud services because they are size restricted. I can imagine other people might use cloud for many reasons (I used to).

    • #6810
      Avatarrainerinmuc
      Participant

      @cheesus: providing cloud integrations via separate plugins has the advantage to keep the required permissions of F-Stop at a minimum. So, users do not have to trust the developers of F-Stop to not stealing data, they just can SEE, there is not even a technical possibility to do this… if the original F-Stop e.g. does not use cloud connections or network access but only plugins do this. And if I do not use the plugins, I explicitly know, my data is save.

      BTW: F-Stop at the moment in fact HAS access to the SD card and full network access… so I cannot control what it probably is doing with my data…. it could send it to everywhere in the internet.

    • #6821
      Avatarkricke_de
      Participant

      Is there any timeline yet for realising access to cloud storage or Nas? I also could neEd this feature 😀
      Thanks a lot

    • #7288
      Avatarothni
      Participant

      Onedrive please!

      I have a Microsoft Office 365 subscription that includes 1Tb of cloud storage with Onedrive. The bundle is good value so I am not motivated to use other cloud services.

    • #7673
      AvatarFirstGeekDanny
      Participant

      Onedrive please!

      It would save me a ton of space on my phone if I could connect smart albums to folders in the cloud

    • #7857
      Avatarxeros
      Participant

      Are there any plans for saving metadata (especially as XMP in JPEG files) on cloud drives?
      (even at least on existing SMB support)
      I miss that very much as I have very limited space in my phone, without card slot and I have to move all photos to NAS shortly after taking some photos since years.

    • #7858
      Avatarxeros
      Participant

      Well, actually F-Stop is not even reading XMP & JPEG + Exif tags from cloud drive (which it saved itself locally, then files have been moved to cloud drive) – tested on SMB.

    • #7935
      Avatarps
      Participant

      Editing metadata i the cloud would be a killer feature! I cannot find any other app that does this except Lightroom, but LR is pretty closed and stores everything in Abode’s cloud. If there was an ability to edit XMP/Exif data on cloud drives directly it would be a much more interoperable solution!

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