A few weeks ago we told you about the the new Cubby Preview Program — a place for our early-adopters and loyal users to be the first to get the latest features and fixes before they’re officially released.
Today, we’ve loaded-up our preview version with some of the most frequently-requested features and we’re looking to get your feedback. Check out what’s being previewed (below), then go here to learn how to get started.
Support for network-attached storage (NAS) and external drives
Preview users can now create a cubby from a fixed or removable disk such as an external hard disk drive, USB stick (pen drive), Flash reader or similar. Users can also now create a cubby from content associated with network-attached storage (NAS), also known as file-servers.
Drag-and-drop upload at cubby.com
Preview users can now drag and drop multiple items from anywhere on their computer into their cubbies via cubby.com. The upload status for these items will appear at the bottom of the page, allowing users to watch the upload process in real-time.
Multiple file/folder upload via cubby.com
In addition to drag-and-drop, preview users can now upload multiple files at the same time through cubby.com by simply selecting “Upload” and then their files. Chrome users will also be able to upload multiple folders.
Detach account on a Windows PC
To make it easier to stop using one LogMeIn ID and switch to another, we’ve added a detach feature for Windows users. To access, open the Cubby application and go to Preferences– the next time you launch Cubby, you’ll be asked to associate it with another account.
As we do with every release, we’ve identified a few areas to improve our sync engine speed and performance.