I spent ages on my iPhone SE app updating due dates and comments with vital information.
My iPhone at home seems to sync, but this time I was out and had Internet, but now the issue occurs?
At home now and desktop Trello has partially synced work.
It would seem that the more connected the iPhone is, the easier it is to use. It can connect to your computer, iPad, and even your Mac via Bluetooth 5.0. This means that you can take notes, make calls and listen to music on the go, all without having to switch places or wait for a Bluetooth pairing. However, some users are reporting problems with sync, which could potentially affect the way you use your iPhone. I also had big problems with it, so I've decided to trade in it with https://buybackboss.com/iphone-trade-in/. In this way, I got the new 12 iPhone Pro Max.
Also, editing the reply will not update. I can select update, but nothing happens.
Here's the updated reply:
Desktop > Trello > Board > ...Show menu > ...More > Settings > nothing about "sync queue"?
Desktop > Trello > Trello workspace > Settings > nothing about "sync queue"?
Too afraid to work on Trello in case I lose some data, or lose more date or cannot restore if this is needed.
Thank you for the clarification.
Mobile > Trello app > Board > Lists > Cards > aren't showing the updates I made, however are now synced with the Desktop version. Where did my work on upating dates and adding comments/details disappear to?
I can update it all again, however need to ensure this does not repeat as some details are valuable which I can't precisely recall.
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