Well, Infinite Kind doesn't need to do anything. I believe.
Using Google Drive, create a folder that is synced with your device. This is a folder that exists in the cloud and is synced with a folder, the same folder on the device. In the case of Chromebook, this is a folder on the Chromebook, in the Google Drive in the cloud, and on, for example, an iPhone.
I have not tested this quite yet, and the configuration I will test will be a MacBook Air and an iPhone. I do not as yet have the Linux-enabled Chromebook. But it should work. It depends on the ability of Google Drive to sync with a local folder.
Google drive should work with desktop/notebook type systems as these can use any shared folder. However mobile devices do not use a shared folder they are using the Dropbox API to work with the transaction files, hence when using mobile type devices Dropbox is the only option today.
Yes, you are correct. I was mistaken. One must use Dropbox.
I really think this is an example of foot shooting, which seemed to be good
when Dropbox was the only show in town, but which now is **limiting the
acceptance of Moneydance**.
You see, now that Moneydance will run on Chromebooks (although I admit I
have not directly tested it, because my Chromebook is one of the few that
will not run Linux), and now that Google has created a Chromebook with 8g
of RAM and 128g storage (for $817), that also has bells and whistles that
no other laptop has, there is no reason not to go all in on the Google
ecosystem... except Moneydance... except that the only reason to even think
about not going all in is this Dropbox thing.
Keep Dropbox by all means, but add Google Drive... PUHLEESE!
BTW I don't work for Google or profit from Google and I used to be Mr. Mac
in a very big way.
So I use Google drive to share a file across multiple desktops and mobile devices. I use PasswdSafe (https://pwsafe.org) on desktop with a file managed by Drive, and then a mobile app PasswdSafe (Android; I forget the iOS version my wife uses; Strongbox?) which also uses the file via Drive. Actually, for the Android version, I create a shortcut for the specific file, and then the association of the file type to the app launches PasswdSafe. It works really well. Is that possible with MoneyDance?