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My Cloud

My-Cloud is short for DWG FastView Cloud Drawings. It provides cloud services for users. Once you register a My-Cloud account, after logging in, you could manage your drawings in My Cloud, such as download, upload, move, copy, edit, synchronize, delete, share, and so on. When a drawing has been downloaded to local, it becomes an offline file; and you could view and edit it anywhere anytime.

Files

My Cloud is a cross-platform product. After registration, Click "Login" button in My Cloud page or left Menu, correctly enter your registration information and you could see all your files saved in My Cloud. You could view and edit all files in My Cloud through your PC client, web, or mobile app by one account.

Related operations:

Batch operations

Tap “Edit”on the top right corner of this page, you could select files in current page and do the following related batch operations:

Synchronize: when there is something different between the files in local and in server, you cloud tap “Synchronize” to keep them the same. The newer version will automatically replace the older version.
Operation Steps:
(1) Tap “Edit” on the top right corner of this page;
(2) Select files to synchronize;
(3) Tap “Synchronize”;
(4) Popping up progress dialog box, when it goes to 100%, synchronizing files finished. You could also cancel it by tapping “Cancel”.

Move

you could move one or more files to any other location.
Operation steps:
(1) Tap “Edit” on the top right corner of this page;
(2) Select files to move;
(3) Tap “Move”;
(4) Select the location(you could tap “New Folder” to create a new folder if necessary);
(5) Tap “Ok” to finish moving.

Delete: delete selected files.

Tap “Edit” again to cancel selection.

Filter: filter files by formats.

Sort: sort files by name, time, size, or type.

New Folder: create a new file folder in current page.

Search: Search files in current page.

Thumbnail: files display in thumbnail mode.

List: files display in list mode.

Path: display current file path. Tap on folder name in file path to open this file folder.

File status and its tapping operations: :

Red button for synchronizing: it means there is something different between files in local and in My Cloud (the difference may be occurred in drawing objects or annotations, or both of them). Tap the red button to synchronize files, the newer version will replace the older one. Tap on file name to open it without synchronizing.

Green button: it means the file is downloaded to local, and the file in local is the same as it in My Cloud. Tap file name to open it.

Gray button: it means the file has not downloaded yet. Tap the file name to download it. After downloading, the file automatically opened, and the gray button turns to be green button.

Yellow button: files in local and in My Cloud have made some modifications separately, and they should be synchronized. Tapping on file name to open the local file; tapping on yellow button and confirming to synchronize, the local file will be renamed as original name_1, and then uploaded to My Cloud in the same localtion.

Long Press: after long pressing on file it displays all related operations, such as Synchronize, Delete, Move, and Detail.

Pull-down: pull-down to refresh the file list.

Log out: tapping “Log Out” in left Menu to exit.

Offline

When a drawing has been downloaded to local, it becomes an offline file.
In this page, it displays all offline files from My Cloud.
Related operations:
Batch operations:
Tap “Edit”on the top right corner of this page, you could select files in current page and do batch operations as follow shown:

Copy: you could copy one or more files to any other location.
Operation steps:
(1) Tap “Edit” on the top right corner of this page;
(2) Select files to copy;
(3) Tap “Copy”;
(4) Select the location(you could tap “New Folder” to create a new folder if necessary);
(5) Tap “Ok” to finish moving.

Delete: delete selected files.

Tap “Edit” again to cancel selection.

Filter: filter files by formats.

Sort: sort files by name, time, size, or type.

Search: Search files in current page.

Thumbnail: files display in thumbnail mode.

List: files display in list mode.

Path: display current file path. Tap on folder name in file path to open this file folder.

Detail: display the detail information, including file name, type, size, location, time, and other related operation, such as Share, Favorite, Delete, and Copy. Tap “Open” button on the right top corner to open the file.

Tap: tap on file to open it.

Long Press: after long pressing on file it displays all related operations, such as Share, Favorite, Delete, Copy, and Detail.

Pull-down: pull-down to refresh the file list.

Conflicted File

When is there a conflict occurred?
(1) you have logged in your My Cloud in A device and B device via the same account.
(2) you have downloaded the same drawing to your two devices separately.
(3) You have modified the drawing and saved it in A device, and then you synchronize it to My Cloud.
(4) You have modified the drawing and save it in B device, but you have not synchronize it to My Cloud.
(5) In B device, if you pull-down to refresh or reentry your account, the drawing status becomes to be red. Tap the red button, it prompts a conflict between files in local and in My Cloud.

How to solve the conflict?
When it prompts a conflict between files in local and in My Cloud, you could tap “Ok” to continue. The file modified in A device(which has already been uploaded to My Cloud) will be downloaded to B device, and the file modified in B device will be renamed as original name_1, and then uploaded to My Cloud in the same localtion.

What can I do for conflicted files?

Related operations:
Batch operations:
Tap “Edit”on the top right corner of this page, you could select files in current page and do batch operations as follow shown:

Upload: you could upload selected files in this page to your logged in My Cloud account or Cloud account.
Operation Steps:
(1) Tap “Edit”on the top right corner of this page;
(2) Select files to upload;
(3) Tap“Upload”
(4) Select the account where do you want to upload;
(5) Select the location(you could tap“New Folder”to create a new folder if necessary);
(6) Tap“Ok”to finish uploading;

Move/Copy:you could move/copy one or more files to any other location.
Operation Steps:
(1) Tap "Edit" on the top right corner of this page;
(2) Select files to move/copy;
(3) Tap “Move/Copy”;
(4) Select the location(you could tap “New Folder”to create a new folder if necessary);
(5) Tap “Ok” to finish moving/copying.

Delete: delete selected files.

Tap “Edit” again to cancel selection.

Filter: filter files by formats.

Sort: sort files by name, time, size, or type.

Search: Search files in current page.

Thumbnail: files display in thumbnail mode.

List: files display in list mode.

Path: display current file path. Tap on folder name in file path to open this file folder.

Detail: display the detail information, including file name, type, size, location, time, and other related operation, such as Share, Upload, Favorite, Rename, Delete, Move, and Copy. Tap “Open” button on the right top corner to open the file.

Tap: tap on file to open it.

Long Press: after long pressing on file it displays all related operations, such as Share, Upload, Favorite, Rename, Delete, Move, Copy, and Detail.

Pull-down: pull-down to refresh the file list.

Note: if you have not logged out, but lose the network connection, it displays downloaded files and conflicted files in your My Cloud account.

Share files in My Cloud

Share steps:

1: Long press on file name, and select "Share" button;
2: in the File share dialog box, you could set Link validity period and visibility of annotataion, and then confirm to share it.
3: you could select a way to send the sharing information.

Receive steps:

Step 1: when you receive a file sent by your friend, according to the information, you could tap on "Copy" button;
Step 2: and then open DWG FastView, then you could see a popup dialog box, it displays that someone has sent you this file, and you could select to "Save to My Cloud" or "Open" it directly.

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