The problem for many of us is that we have latent folders in either Mac or iOS that appear in one or more device – and MarginNote shows that they contain files, but we cannot access them!
As a result, we don’t know: what’s really inside them, if we’re able to access these files, where else they reside within MarginNote’s “directory” of files, etc.
Moreover, we’re unable to expunge the contents of those files, and refile them elsewhere. In fact, because I don’t what files they are, I don’t know if I’m able to access, annotate or sync them.
With all due resect (really), I don’t think this is an issue of iCloud sync speed and database size. My sync speed is quite good, and my DB size is fine. Rather, it seems that there’s some error with the folder architecture in the iOS platform that hasn’t been properly identified and fixed.
We’re happy to provide you with more information to help fix this problem! So, please let us know!