One of the most useful additions to iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite, is the addition of iCloud Drive for document storage. Now, the documents you add to iCloud Drive will be available to all your devices using iCloud--iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Mac and even your PC. With iCloud Drive, you can save a variety of documents including...
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How to add and share documents in iCloud Drive

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One of the most useful additions to iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite, is the addition of iCloud Drive for document storage.  Now, the documents you add to iCloud Drive will be available to all your devices using iCloud including, iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Mac and even your PC. With iCloud Drive, you can save a variety of documents including…

  • Presentations
  • Spreadsheets
  • PDFs
  • Images

How to upload your documents to iCloud

The process for getting your document of choice into iCloud Drive is as simple as dragging them into the iCloud Drive folder on your Mac or PC.  Additionally, you can add documents to iCloud compatible apps directly from your mobile device but opening them right on the device.  Once saved in iCloud Drive, you will be able to view and edit them from all your devices signed into your iCloud account.  All the saved changes along the way will appear on all the devices each time edits are saved.  Apps can share files across multiple apps. No longer will you have to save multiple copies of the same file.

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Requirements

  • iCloud-enabled device
  • Device running iOS 8
  • OS X Yosemite
  • PC running Windows 7 or later
  • Wi-fi connection
  • 10 device limit with some services

 

source: Apple

 

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