If they happen to be in your home they can use their iPhone to sync your Bookpedia database to their iPhone by connecting their phone to your wireless network. Otherwise send them a ".bookpedia" export (the first option in the exports tab) of your main library collection. With this file they will be able to download the demo copy of Bookpedia from our web site and double click the file you sent them to add that to their Bookpedia (no purchase necessary as the demo version will only limit editing, not viewing a large library). Your friend will then be able to run the Pocketpedia sync with their Bookpedia populated with your information, by launching Pocketpedia and looking for the sync button on the collections tab (once again the iPhone needs to be connected to the same wireless network as the Mac running Bookpedia).
- The iPod export doesn't include all the entries from a user's database. (iPod Classic, not Touch. If you have a Touch or an iPhone, use Pocketpedia.)
- After importing data from another app or a friend's database, the entries are in a library-independent collection (grey collection icon).
- I want to mess around with the database backend, e.g. move entries from one field to another in one step.
- I want to share a database between different users or different computers.
- How do I reinstall a backup of a database?
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