If you want your camera roll backing up your photos and video or you have too many devices and need more iCloud storage you can buy it right on your iPhone. This is good, but my message is not to do with iCloud, it just says cannot take photo, not enough storage?
But what if you decide you don’t like a change you’ve made and you want to revert to a previous version? The beauty of this schedule is that the backups are stored on your local device or computer and not synced over iCloud.
As with many features in Ulysses, the backups are kept out of sight until you actually need them. The following screen has a warning strip at the top, showing that you are now in Backup territory, not in your main Library. It’s important to remember that each of the backups in the list is a snapshot of your entire Library as it was at the time the backup was made.
Your next move is to navigate through the backup snapshot of your Library until you find the document (or documents) you want to restore. From there you hit Browse Backups to see the selection of available snapshots of your Library.
The context menu (right-click, ctrl-click, or two-finger tap on a trackpad) gives you the option to Restore to iCloud Inbox, similar to the iOS version.
It took me a moment to realise I had to reveal the menu bar (by hovering my cursor at the top of the screen) before I could see the familiar little red circle at the top left that lets you exit Backup mode and get back to your normal Library. You might be wondering why recovered documents are restored to the Inbox rather than put back where you deleted them from. Lucky for you, Apple equips its Macs with Time Machine — an automated backup service that works in a similar way to the Ulysses backups, but for your whole Mac. If the thought of shelling out for a backup drive seems like overkill, ask yourself how much your words are actually worth to you.


If you delete something from your Library it is also deleted in iCloud, but unless it was created entirely within the previous hour it’ll be safe and sound in the backups Ulysses has been making for you. To find them you need to navigate using breadcrumbs at the top of the screen, or by swiping from left to right, until you reach the root level of the Library.
It gives a list of the backups available on your device, as well as the option to Backup Now if you want to make a manual backup. When you select a backup you can navigate around that version of your Library exactly as you normally would. You can highlight the material you want to recover using the Select option at the bottom of the screen, which in turn reveals the option to Restore to Inbox in your regular Library. But if you want to get back to your Library without restoring something it can actually be a tad confusing, mainly because of the way Ulysses hides the menu bar by default to minimise distraction. My guess is because the structure of your Library may have changed between when the backup was made and when you decide to restore the document. The iCloud sync will only save you if it’s up to date with the preferred version of your text, and the Ulysses backup will only save you if your hard drive is working.
For about a hundred dollars you can get a USB hard drive big enough to store backups of your whole computer.
With a little planning and some very clever software you can sleep peacefully knowing your precious words are safe.
In this video I can help you get rid of this message and I explain what the iCloud is and how to use it best. Extreme care was taken to enhance all aspects of her comfort and style, while maintaining her pedigree as a true performance yacht. Or you have a moment of crushing self-doubt (you’re a writer, after all) and decide your manuscript is a slag heap of bombastic drivel and delete the whole thing!
I was tempted.) The default setting is for Ulysses to keep hourly backups for the past 12 hours, daily backups for the past 7 days, and weekly backups for the past 6 months.


Hit Manage at the bottom right of the screen to reveal a link under the Library heading labelled Backup….
What happens if you only write on your Mac and your hard drive fails moments after you ill-advisedly delete your whole manuscript?
If you don’t have your Library synced to another device with its own Ulysses backups you could still be in trouble. Your words are synced regularly to Apple’s cloud storage, so you can still access them on your iPhone or iPad. The deletion syncs to iCloud, and by the time you’ve come to your senses all your devices have updated and your words are gone. Rather than guess where your documents should be restored, Ulysses makes the safest choice and leaves it up to you to place your recovered documents where you want them.
I would recommend watching the video before doing the steps below so you understand what the settings mean and do.
And when your replacement hard drive is fitted, Ulysses will sync with iCloud and all your work will appear, just like magic.
I have 3 receipts stating I bought 20 gigs, once for every month for three times, yet I can’t SEE where it is added, or HOW to see it added. Can you help direct me to where my (almost, at least 50 gigs SHOWS?) …please help me find where I can SEE the purchased gigs in my settings menu.



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