The cloud services integration in Jellyfish Manager are used to copy files from source to destination, skipping already copied ones.
Jellyfish Manager Cloud Backup doesn't transfer unchanged files, testing by size and modification time or MD5SUM. It also doesn't delete files from the destination.
Note that it is always the contents of the directory that is synced, not the directory so when the source path is a directory, it's the contents of the source path that are copied, not the directory name and contents.
If the destination path doesn't exist, it is created and the source path contents go there.
Regardless of which service you choose to use, you will need your Jellyfish to be connected to the internet.
You will need to create your cloud bucket and generate an Access Key and a Key Secret through your cloud service portal.
Enter the Access Key and Key Secret into the Jellyfish Manager Cloud Service authentication page.
Select your preferred bucket and enable it. Then chose your source, specific schedule and the level of usage you the system should dedicate to the backup or restore process.
Click the Checkmark button to save the changes.
Once the Backup operation is complete you will receive a notification in Alert section at the top right corner of the app.