A new BeInSync 2.5 is available on our Web site

I’m very excited to inform all our users that BeInSync 2.5 is now available from our site. We will be gradually updating our user base, but feel free to download and upgrade if you’d like to try it before this happens.

What’s new? Well, lots of things. Here are some examples:

  • Assign roles and permissions when sharing files with others. By default now, the creator of a ‘Group Share’ is the administrator and the participants are ‘viewers’ with read-only access. That’s what you probably want if you’re sharing pictures, videos or anything else you do not want the other parties to change. You may also give the other parties ‘participant’ or ‘admin’ roles if you’d like them to be able to modify or delete files.
  • New Toolbar for IE gives you instant access to your remote computers and shared folders.
  • “Unread” file indication, so you can know which file has been added or modified in one of your shared folders.
  • New streamlined registration and installation process.
  • The ability to place shared folders on a network drive, external drive or even a thumb drive.
  • Much more…

Please write us and let us know what you think.

 Enjoy,

Tal

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