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This page describes the fourth step of creating a synchronize task with the New Task Wizard.
On the fourth step of the New Task Wizard, you can select type of synchronization and set up filtering. Advanced users can also change comparison settings and error handling settings (read below).
Type of synchronization determines the direction in which the program must copy contents:
If you want to synchronize files of specific type only, you can enable filtering. To do it, click File filters... The File-specific settings dialog opens.
In the File-specific settings dialog, you can specify filtering options that will be checked for each file being copied.
Include and Exclude masks: Filling up these fields enables you to synchronize only files matching to a specific file mask. Use * (asterisk) as a wildcard, separate different masks with | (vertical line). For example, *.docx|*.xslx will select documents with any names and of Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel only.
By default, when running synchronization, the program compares attributes of files in the first and in the second folder, and copies only files of different File size or Modification time. This behavior is task-specific, and can be changed in Overwrite settings. To change it, click the Change button.
Error handling lets you set the program’s behavior when it encounters an error:
You can choose whether the task must stop on any error, stop only on critical errors, or don’t stop on errors at all.
If there are any errors during synchronization, the task will end with an Error status.
When finished with this step, click Next.
Next steps are common for all tasks. See the following chapters:
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