Joplin version 1.0.224-1 (Arch User Repository), Manjaro Linux.
I am using Joplin with synchronization with ownCloud (not Nextcloud, although I doubt that’s important). Joplin is configured to synchronize every 5 minutes. At each synchronization, I am getting an annoying notification from the ownCloud app saying that joplin/.sync/version.txt has been updated. I do not see any option in the ownCloud app to disable this notification for a particular file, and I do not see why Joplin needs to overwrite this file at each sync despite the fact that its contents do not change (it always contains “1”).
How do I reduce annoyance while keeping sync on? Possible solutions are: an option in ownCloud to disable update notifications for a particular path, migrating to Nextcloud (if it supports such option), changing Joplin options to not overwrite this file at every sync.
This is related to https://discourse.joplinapp.org/t/file-version-txt-broadcast-each-five-minutes-ist-this-normal/4276; however, in that thread the topicstarter is asking whether this phenomenon is normal, while I am asking how I can get rid of annoying notifications.