It is certainly not a space issue. I have ample disk space, memory and processing power. It seems to happen to me when the computer hibernates but it is not a consistent problem. It can stay logged in for days and then next time computer wakes from hibernate state it has logged out. I would not mind if there was a warning (as with some other software that I have) but I have to check myself. Doubt we will ever get an answer as obviously a lot of people do not have this problem - unless they are just putting up with it! I also have MS OneDrive and never have a problem with that.
Me too about once or twice a day it logs me out and eventually I get the login screen asking me to log back in - I click on "remember me" but it doesnt make any difference. What is going on
Hi @john9411 ,
Thanks for posting about the Cloud problems you're having. I'm sorry it's not performing as you would expect it to. Have you tried contacting the Cloud helpdesk on 0800 500 3114? Can you give them a try?
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Only problem with contacting Cloud Helpdesk is that to investigate problem they want remote access to my pc!
That is a non starter as, unless I completely remove everything from my pc, I will not give remote access to anyone.
As have never had this problem with Onedrive, iCloud, Dropbox etc. then it looks as though I will have to stop using BT Cloud.
I'm having the same issues and on top of that experiencing the same difficulty trying to actually solve it.
BT's support for apps and software is terrible. This is a communications company and I've spent 15 minutes already trying and failing to communicate the problem. Eventually finding other users with the same problem waiting for someone with any answers?!?
What kind of support is that and why have I dug all the way down here before the Cloud helpdesk number is even provided?
I'll try the helpdesk when I can, despite my preference for text comms, and report back here! smh!
Any joy with this I just started a new thread on the fact it is now telling me I am NOT ELIGIBLE for BT CLOUD !
As a customer who has a NAS that easily backs up to OneDrive, Dropbox, Google etc. but not BT Cloud, I believe that I now know why support is non existent and those that you may, eventually, end up talking to never have any answers. BT Cloud is not provided by BT but by a third party (a company called Synchronoss). This company provides a BT specific backup facility. The problem is that Synchronoss will not provide support direct to BT customers as, probably quite rightly, they maintain that their customer is BT. Perhaps numerous emails/letters to the BT Chairman's office is the answer!