Niko on 15 Mar, 2016 06:46 PM
Timelime's synchronization data on iCloud Drive is hidden if you use the Finder in OS X.
If you have a third party file management app like Cocoatech's "Path Finder" you can locate the synchronization data here:
/Users/[your username]/Library/Mobile Documents/Timelime/
Please note that the data stored on iCloud Drive is not a database like the one stored in locally.
The reason I’m digging deep on this is my recent attempted recovery of TimeLime data from iCloud did not work and it was only because I subsequently used Migration Assistant that I was able to recover the data from a Time Machine backup. Since, in the past, when recovering data I’ve used a Carbon Copy Cloner backup to recover data, I like to know where the actual data is stored so I can create, in some cases, targeted backups of data so I can restore on an app by app basis—if necessary. I see that you have an option for automatic backups and I think I’ll enable that and backup that container to one of my cloud services. I recommend you make the default for that option ON.
I checked your website but I wasn’t able to find anything on whether your app integrates with Calendar. Specifically, I’d like to be able to have a Timelime timing trigger an Event posting in my Calendar—is that possible?