Different icons are displayed according to the file status.
Default file status
By default, the files in the Sync Settings are all online-only and do not take up space on your PC. When you open a file or right-click and then set to ‘Always keep on this device’, data is downloaded, saved in the local disc, and the sync status is changed to local-only. Local-only files and folders are always downloaded and kept in sync to remain up to date.
Icons for each file status
The status of files displayed on LINE WORKS Drive is as follows:
indicates that the file is only available online to use. Online-only files do not take up space on your computer and are marked with a cloud icon inside the folder. The files do not take up space on your PC as it will not be downloaded to your device until you download the file manually. However, you cannot open the online-only files if your PC is not connected to the Internet.
indicates that when you open an online-only file, the data is downloaded to your PC. It also means that the file is a temporary local-only file that you can use locally. You can open temporary local-only files anytime you want without the Internet connection. If you need more space, you can change the file status back to online-only by right-clicking and selecting ‘Free up space’.
You will see on folders and files marked as ‘Always keep on this device’. Local-only files are downloaded to your PC and take up space. Therefore, you can use them at any time, even without an internet connection. If you need more space, you can change the file status back to online-only by right-clicking and selecting ‘Free up space’.
Sync in progress
indicates that the file or folder is currently being synced. The icon is displayed when uploading a new file or syncing the changes made in LINE WORKS Drive with your PC.
indicates that the file or folder could not be synced. You can learn more about the problem by clicking ‘View sync errors’ in the LINE WORKS Drive icon on the taskbar (system tray). Sync errors caused by Windows OS issues are not displayed in ‘View sync errors’. In this case, you need to reset the sync path.