Hello, I have a safety question about pointing Joplin directly at a file space in my NAS versus using SyncThing. Would it be safe if I were to have all of my Joplin files stored on my NAS and pointing to the "Synchronization Target 'File System'," as opposed to having my Joplin files stored on my machine's hard drive, and also syncing with SyncThing. I mean 'safe,' as in it won't corrupt, or have any issues like that. You cant, for example, do this with Calibre and I don't know why. I'm only asking because I want to be sure before I lose years of university work to a mistake
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