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# 205411 12-Nov-2016 08:27
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Hi I'm looking for a one stop shop solution - an app in iOS that you can store any file from email app or web with one press. And that app needs to be easily backed up to major cloud offerings ie OneDrive, Dropbox.

 

I logged in to my gmail on Safari but there is no option to directly save said PDF to OneDrive.

 

Anyone uses anything like that?





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  # 1668382 12-Nov-2016 08:38
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1. open email in built in mail client

 

2. select attachment (download it if required)

 

3.select copy to onedrive

 

done

 

 

 

works fine





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  # 1668384 12-Nov-2016 08:45
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*doh





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  # 1668388 12-Nov-2016 08:46
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Can't seem to save files from Safari, any tips? (Hoping there's a not too complicated way)





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  # 1668390 12-Nov-2016 08:49
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Ok touched the screen a few times and on the top right it shows "open in ibooks" and top left "open in" and there is option to copy to one drive thanks sorry for asking.





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Documents from Readdle?
Or outlook from Microsoft can talk to multiple cloud providers. You'll just have to check it it includes the services ces you care about.




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