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Way to save run results with SyncBackPro at home then upload changes to cloud later using a faster internet connection?

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Way to save run results with SyncBackPro at home then upload changes to cloud later using a faster internet connection?

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Is there a way to save run results with SyncBackPro at home then actually upload the changes to my cloud storage provider later on using a faster internet connection in the office ?

To clarify , the run results is the list of results after using SyncBackPro to scan for files and folders that need to be uploaded to my cloud storage provider.

The reason I ask is because I have a bunch of files and folders to upload to my cloud storage provider every day and if I can just scan them at home before I go to work and save the scanned results , I can save at least 45 minutes of scanning when I start using the faster internet at the office to upload them to the cloud.

Please enlighten.

Thanks a million.
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Re: Way to save run results with SyncBackPro at home then upload changes to cloud later using a faster internet connecti

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Perhaps I could save the scanned results as a simulated run that can be implemented for real later on when I have access to a faster internet connection ?
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