Go to IDENTITY TIMELINE -> Alias Verification- > Charge Card (AU Credit Card). If there is a Verified Token displayed then go step 2. If there is no Verified Token, register and verify your Visa or Mastercard.
Go to HOME APPLICATION -> Nodes -> Node Set A -> Activate. Enter the Credit Card Expiry Date (MM/YY), Password and the Confirm Password fields and select the Create User button.
Select Access Anonymously (access is limited to a maximum of 60 minutes) or Access with your Alias. When choosing "Access with your Alias", the password is the access token password and the access duration is based on the duration set by the owner of the account, which has a minimum of 1 day. Select the Submit button.
Enter the Nextcloud Username and Password.
2-Factor Authentication (optional)
After logging on to Nextcloud, go to Settings and select the button on the upper top left.
Navigate to Security and select ENABLE TOTP
Copy the TOTP secret. In the example below, the TOTP secret is Z7WQNRBIP7XTSYF5
Paste the TOTP secret into the Shared secret field. The Name field is used to identify the site that uses it. In the example below, the site is nextcloud . Press the to continue.
If successful, the One Time Password will be shown and it changes every 30 seconds.
Go back to first tab, i.e: https://file.quuvoo4ohcequuox.0.88.io and enter the TOTP One Time Password in the Authentication code field. In the example below, the code is 537297. Press on the Verify button to continue.
At the bottom of the list you find a button to create a new device-specific password. The generated password is used for configuring the new client. Ideally, generate individual tokens for every device you connect to your account, so you can disconnect those individually if necessary.
Enter the device name. In the example below the name used is iPhone13.
Click on the Create new app password button. If prompted enter the web authentication password. The app username and password will be displayed as in the example below. Click on the Done button.
If successful the entry will be displayed.
If 2FA is enabled, the sync apps such as DAVx must use this new app password instead of the web authentication password.
On the upper left corner, select the button and go to Settings.
Select Auto upload and select the folder location(s) that are detected or select button and Set up a custom folder. In the example below, the Auto upload is enabled on the Camera folder indicated by the blue button.
3. A folder called InstantUpload will be created and from now on, every time a photo is taken, it will be automatically uploaded to the InstantUpload -> Camera folder on Nextcloud.
On the bottom left right corner, select the button and go to Settings.
Select Auto upload and if prompted, select Allow Access to All Photos.
Enable the Auto upload as shown below.
4.Tap on the Select the "auto upload" folder and browse to the folder to be used for automatically upload photos to Nextcloud. In the example below, the InstantUpload -> Camera folder is selected. To save the the selection, tap on the button.
Every time a photo is taken, it will be automatically uploaded to the InstantUpload -> Camera folder on Nextcloud.
In the Nextcloud mobile app, go to Settings and tap on Sync calendars & contacts.
DAVx⁵ will open Nextcloud’s Webflow login window. Select Login with URL and user name. If there is a Security Warning, just proceed by tapping on the Log In button.
5. DAVx⁵ will open and ask you to create an account. Select the account name and set **Contact Group Method** to **Groups are per-contact categories**. In the example below, the account name is `email@example.com` and tap on the ![create_account_button|157x30](upload://3W5AhA1g4kf79rgLz3Dk1wf2EVF.png) button to continue.
Close the DAVx⁵ app and launch the DAVx⁵ app again.
Tap on the icon for the account DAVx⁵ has just created, In the example below, the account created is firstname.lastname@example.org
In the example below, the Contacts address book is detected. To sync, simply tap on the button at the bottom right corner.
Follow the DAVx⁵ app installation for the Contacts above. After the DAVx⁵ app has been installed, it will display the Calendar detected. In the example below the Calendar detected is Personal.To sync, simply tap on the button at the bottom right corner.
You can type the following into the search input box:
word will try to find posts with that word
“exact phrases” will try to find the term inside the quote marks. This allows looking only for direct matches, such as "look at my cluckers" to find posts explicitly telling you to look at someone’s cluckers.
-exclude will exclude the term prepended by a minus sign. This allows filtering out certain terms, such as animals -cats to find posts about animals without posts about cats.
+include will include the term after the plus sign. This allows searching for multiple terms that must be included, such as cat +dog to find posts about both cats and dogs.
the search syntax is the same as the one used on the hub server.
test nextcloud help
will return all your files containing test OR nextcloud OR help in their path or content.
+test nextcloud help
will return all your files containing the exact word test and that might contains nextcloud OR help in their path or content.
For example, the file in the folder help/ that contains the string test the opensource project nextcloud or test anything or testing nextcloud but not testing anything.
+testing nextcloud -"testing nextcloud"
will return all your files containing the exact word “testing” and that might contains nextcloud but does not contains the exact string testing nextcloud
will return all your files containing nextcloud but does not contains words starting with test