Here's the overview of interface elements on Android devices:
Open on tapping "+":
Send file - sends a selected file to remote peer.
Create folder - creates a new sync share.
Add backup - let you pick a folder for backup.
Scan QR code - opens camera to scan a QR code from another peer.
Enter a key - let you manually enter a key to a share received from another peer.
5. Sync Options:
Helen: opens identity details - username, fingerprint and device name
Folders: opens folders view
Shared links: opens the list of shared files
My devices: opens the list of linked devices. Has options to unlink current device or rename it (change device name).
Setting: opens general Sync settings. See here for details
Help: opens Sync help Center
Contact Support: lets you write to support
Exit: shuts Sync down correctly
anc : share name, and the pencil icon lets you rename it. It will be renamed both - in Sync and in the system
Share: let you share this folder with other peers.
Pause: pauses synchronization
Disconnect: disconnects the folder from Sync. The folder is preserved in the system
Clear: turns all synced files on this device into placeholders. Available only with Selective Sync ON.
Selective Sync toggle to turn itON/OFF
Peers: shows the peer list.
Details: displays information about the folder such as permission type, size, number of synced files and path to the folder location.
Advanced: opens per folder settings, described below:
Use Archive: disables/enables file versioning. Available only for shares located on internal phone's memory.
Overwrite any changed files: option to re-download the files from the source peer if this file gets changed on the phone. This option is available for Read-only shares. Detailed description on what this option does see here.
Use relay server: enables/disables relay server. Relay servers are used when peers cannot connect directly to each other.
Use tracker server: enabled/disables tracker server. Tracker server is necessary for peer discovery over WAN.
Search LAN: sets Sync to use broadcast packets in LAN for peer discovery. For successful discovery router shall also have broadcasts enabled.
Add new host: add a predefined host. Put IP and listening port of a remote peer. Phone will be connecting to that peer directly. Can be used with relay, tracker and search LAN options being OFF.
7. The files list view:
8. Name of the current sync share
9. Control panel:
- search option to find a file through the file through the whole share
- button to add files from other apps right to the current directory
- three-dots menu opens Sorting, Details and Create Subfolder options.
10. Opens file or subfolder details. They are pretty much the same as sync share details above