Optimizing My Digital Library: A Seamless Setup for Accessing Books Anywhere
In this video, I, Peter, will guide you through the steps I took to ensure the safety and accessibility of my Calibre library across all my devices. My primary objective was to effortlessly read my books on my iPad, and I achieved this by setting up a secure cloud backup using OneDrive.
My Choice: OneDrive for Safe and Accessible Calibre Library
I opted for OneDrive as my cloud storage solution, but alternatives like Dropbox or Amazon Web storage can work as well. The key is to choose a service that allows the installation of a client for seamless data mirroring between the cloud and your local Mac or PC.
|Do NOT use Google Drive for your Calibre library. It does not work. I don’t know the exact reason; it has something to do with the way Google Drive store the files.
Setting Up My Calibre Library on OneDrive: A Step-by-Step Guide
Here’s how I did it: I created a dedicated folder named Calibre within my OneDrive directory to store all my books. Configuring Calibre to save books in this specific folder automatically mirrors and links them to the cloud. As a result, I can conveniently access my entire library on both my PC and iPad using the OneDrive app.
Simplifying Your Book Backup: Cloud Storage for Calibre Ease
I want to highlight the straightforwardness of utilizing an online cloud storage service for an automatic backup of your book collection. This not only ensures accessibility on all devices but also guarantees the safety and backup of your valuable literary collection. With this setup, accessing my Calibre library becomes a breeze, offering unparalleled convenience for reading books across different devices.