Thanks for your feedback. Most new features are dependent on the next major version being released. It is a massive update and we are trying to get that out as fast as we can. Unfortunately that is taking quite a while, but it is getting closer every day.
Custom exclusion lists for sync (detailed blacklist/whitelist control, simple file-extension exclusion, etc.)
Happy paid user, just throwing my hat in to say odrive ignore list would be a total game changer (damn stupid node_modules!).
Very much looking forward to this feature.
What is the status of this feature almost a year later? I would use it just for a simple exclusion of folders. I would like something like the .gitignore file. I see two ways where I would use this:
- To exclude all my node_modules folders
- To keep Odrive from scanning large backup directories I only want sinked, once, but not checked (My music library for example).
This feature is tied up in the next generation product. I can’t give a delivery date for the software, but we are nearing preview/beta stage.
As the one who at least indirectly prompted creation of this thread nearly two years ago, I certainly see the impatience in awaiting what should be an important feature. Speaking of features, it does indeed appear that odrive development quickly stagnated after a promising start. I still pay the subscription simply because it allows me to easily access a variety of storage buckets from my laptop.
I originally saw odrive as a potential gamechanger for smaller companies such as ours that utilize huge amounts of cloud storage, require zero-knowledge encryption, and need team ability to share data. If odrive once again starts innovating, there may yet be opportunity. Otherwise, Google is making serious headway into this area with Dropbox not far behind. Of course, that locks you in to one cloud provider - a problem odrive was designed to circumvent.