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 ## Why not use KeeCloud
 
-Since we hyped up why KeeCloud is awesome compared to other plugins, it is only fair to point out how it might be lacking compared to others. KeeCloud offers more flexibility with how KeePass interacts with the cloud hosted files. With that flexibility comes more complexity. Some of the other plugins wrap up syncing with the remote DB file fairly seamlessly and simply. They may also provider remote file browsing dialogs to make working with remote files easy. KeeCloud provides none of that. Of course you can sync, but you need to set up how you want to do that. It isn't just set up for you. This plugin is admittedly a bit more complicated to set up (though not a lot.)  If you are comfortable setting up [triggers](Using-Triggers) to sync with a network file then you shouldn't have any trouble with KeeCloud.
+Since we hyped up why KeeCloud is awesome compared to other plugins, it is only fair to point out how it might be lacking compared to others. KeeCloud offers more flexibility with how KeePass interacts with the cloud hosted files. With that flexibility comes more complexity. Some of the other plugins wrap up syncing with the remote DB file fairly seamlessly and simply. They may also provider remote file browsing dialogs to make working with remote files easy. KeeCloud provides none of that. Of course you can sync, but you need to set up how you want to do that. It isn't just set up for you. This plugin is admittedly a bit more complicated to set up (though not a lot.)  If you are comfortable setting up [triggers](Workflows) to sync with a network file then you shouldn't have any trouble with KeeCloud.
 
 Simply put, KeeCloud is a flexible plugin that adds lots of options for working with files "in the cloud" but it requires you to configure how you want to use those files.