I didn’t see this in the startup guides, and it’s a hard question to search for - apologies if a duplicate. The closest I found was about using the sync agent with CLI here (Using Sync Agent to sync a folder outside odrive folder?) but i was wondering if there was a way to do this without the premium version and simpler for common users. That post is also about syncing between 2 computers and not with a cloud provider.
I want to sync some local folders, outside of the onedrive central folder, to specific subdirectories of a particular cloud storage provider.
Windows 10 desktop client
For example, in my Google Drive \docs\bigfoot\photos
I want to sync with my local c:\research\bigfoot\photos\
And set up these sort-of mount points from different local filesystems.
That’s the basic use case. Then more advanced, I would like to be able to set up sync parameters like uni/bidirectional and also be able to limit the amount transfered and/or pause syncing (in order to stay under my ISP’s monthly transfer limits).
Is this possible, and how?