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Insync is a Google Drive sync & backup with multiple account support.

  • Mac OS X
  • Windows
  • Linux
    It supports lots of linux distros now.
  • Android
  • Windows Phone

Insync is a Small Google Drive iconGoogle Drive sync & backup with multiple account support.

* Advanced sharing without browser
* Multiple Google Drive Account support.
* Bidirectional sync of your Google Docs to one or more Mac, Windows or Linux desktops.
* View and edit Google Drive documents offline in Office format. Changes get synced back too.
* Sync any files outside your Insync directory (via symlink)
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Insync was added by rsanders in Sep 2011 and the lastest update was made in May 2015. There is a history of activites on Insync in our Change Log and Activity Log. It's possible to update the information on Insync or report it as discontinued, duplicated or spam. If you want a nice widget to put on your website check these out.

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Here's my scenario...

Before Insync:
I had Google Drive installed on a Windows platform.
Only items I place in the Google Local Drive get synchronized with the Google Cloud Drive.

I have files outside of the Google Local Drive that I want synced with the Google Cloud Drive.
Hard links only copied the first time; subsequent updates to the files with hard links did not get synced.

Solution (Insync):
With Insync you select the folder you want synced with Google Cloud Drive via context menu (right click Explorer menu...super easy).
Insync creates a link from your external folder to your Google Local Drive, which is then synced with Google Cloud Drive.
Subsequent changes to the files are now copied to Google Cloud Drive.

Insync mostly solves the above problem.
I have one remaining problem with GoogleDrive+Insync:
The above solution only syncs at the root Google Cloud Drive. Ideally I could select which Google Cloud Drive folder to sync with my external folder.