Synch All Your Folders with Autosync
With services like OneDrive and Dropbox, you can sync all folders or none—it's quite a task to sync selective folders and files from your phone to the cloud or vice versa.
 
Autosync addresses this limitation, with style. This simple, smart app lets you sync documents from specific folders in your phone to a given cloud folder, like, Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, among others. And the best part is that it lets you auto-sync a cloud folder to your device as well. That’s pretty neat!
 
The all-in-one app allows you to sync to multiple cloud services. They also have stripped down versions, if you wish to sync to only one cloud service.
 
Interesting, smart and elegant for syncing selective folders!
 
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    Clutter-free Reading with Mercury Reader
    The Mercury Reader extension for Chrome removes ads and distractions, leaving only text and images for a clean and consistent reading view on every site. It just clears the clutter instantly.
     
    Once installed and enabled, with just one click, you can read text on your webpages in a clear, uncluttered, ad-free environment. You can eliminate all the ads and the noise surrounding the text on your webpage. You can even adjust typeface and text size and toggle between light or dark themes for ease of reading. Options to optimise printing are also available to print a webpage without ads and unnecessary clutter.
     
    An interesting add-on to browse the Web comfortably.
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    COMMENTS

    Steven

    1 month ago

    works like a charm...Thanks a lot

    M Arun Iyer

    2 months ago

    this should be available for other browsers too.

    Facebook agrees to pay $ 52 million to traumatised content moderators
    Facebook has agreed to pay $52 million to third-party content moderators who developed post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other mental health issues as they scanned scores of disturbing images of rape, murder and suicide to curb those on the platform.
     
    According to a report in The Verge, in a preliminary settlement in San Mateo Superior Court, the social networking giant agreed to pay damages to 11,250 US-based moderators and provide more counseling to them.
     
    Facebook hired several firms like Accenture, Cognizant, Genpact and ProUnlimited to help it moderate and remove harmful content in the aftermath of the 2016 US presidential election and Cambridge Analytica data scandal.
     
    As per the compensation, each moderator will receive a minimum of $1,000 and will be eligible for additional compensation if they are diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder or related conditions. 
     
    Anyone who is diagnosed with a mental health condition is eligible for an additional $1,500, and people who are diagnosed with PTSD and depression may be eligible for up to $6,000.
     
    "We are so pleased that Facebook worked with us to create an unprecedented programme to help people performing work that was unimaginable even a few years ago," Steve Williams, a lawyer for the plaintiffs, said in a statement late Tuesday.
     
    In 2018, Selena Scola who was a former content moderator at Facebook sued the company alleging that moderators who face mental trauma after reviewing distressing images on the platform are not being properly protected by the social networking giant.
     
    Scola sued Facebook for allegedly 'ignoring its duty' to protect moderators who deal with mental trauma after seeing disturbing imagery and were "bombarded" with thousands of videos, images and livestreamed broadcasts of child sexual abuse, rape, torture, bestiality, beheadings, suicide and murder.
     
    Last year, several moderators told The Verge that they had been diagnosed with PTSD after working for Facebook. 
     
    Facebook had more than 30,000 employees working on safety and security -- about half of whom were content moderators.
     
    Cognizant later announced that it would quit eave the content moderation business and shut down its sites earlier this year. The company also developed "the next generation of wellness practices" for affected content moderators.
     
    "In addition to payment for treatment, moderators with a qualifying diagnosis will be eligible to submit evidence of other injuries they suffered for their time at Facebook and could receive up to $50,000 in damages," said the report.
     
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