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  1. How to save Monosnap screenshots to Koofr with WebDAV

    Have you downloaded the Monosnap screen recorder and are now wondering how to use Monosnap with your favourite cloud storage? Read our tutorial on how to use Monosnap with WebDAV to effortlessly save your screenshots and screen recordings to Koofr.

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  2. How to use WebDAV for document management on Apple devices

    WebDAV is a standard, Koofr supported protocol for transferring files over the web. Today we will explain how you can set up a WebDAV connection to Koofr and use it for document management with Pages, Numbers and Keynote apps on your Apple mobile devices.

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  3. How to use Koofr for school projects

    School is back and apparently, summer is almost over. Maybe your classes already started and maybe they are starting if a few short weeks. In any case, we want to give you some advice on how to use Koofr for your school projects. Keep on reading and find out the benefits of using Koofr to help you with your schoolwork.

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  4. Koofr hidden tips and tricks

    Today we want to show you five of the less known but very useful Koofr features. Keep reading and find out how to search a specific folder for duplicates, how to find information on space usage inside your Koofr account and more. Read and learn about our hidden tips and tricks.

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  5. How to back up photos while travelling

    Summer is in full swing and we hope you are taking some time off work sooner or later. We are here to give you a few tips on how to use cloud storage while travelling. Continue reading and find out how Koofr can help you back up photos, organize your travel documents and plan for your dream trip.

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  6. 5 useful pieces of advice for remote workers

    Working from home or someplace that's not a typical office setting? We have some tips and tricks for you.

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  7. You think you're multitasking? Think again.

    Are you also one of those people who are proudly calling themselves multitaskers? Perhaps you believe you're being really productive, getting so much done at once. Well, we've got some bad news – multitasking, as you might understand it, is a myth.

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  8. Is your office job causing you headaches?

    You feel like you can't take another minute staring at your computer. You're irritated and cranky. You have a headache again and you can't help but think that it might be caused by your place of work. Well, you might be right.

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