How do you take a confidential document _OUT_ of the cloud?
I'm working on a confidential PDF document, locally on my encrypted drive, and accidentally clicked on the "link" icon which immediately began sharing the document to the cloud. There is no cancel button. There is no way to stop it. My only recourse is to wait until the file finished uploading to cloud storage, and then manually delete it. This is a serious privacy violation.
First, uploading a local file to cloud storage should be simple, but not so simple as inadvertenly clicking an unlabled icon in the toolbar.
I know you're seriously pushing people to use your cloud storage, but you have to account for the people who cannot share files on a network, for various reasons.
(For anyone reading this saying, "if it's so secret be careful what you click on," this is not my first time using a computer. There is no reason for a single, tiny icon, next to other tiny icons, to instantly make copies of your file on the internet that you have to now find and delete—and assume there is not network trash folder it's still residing in.)
Second, every progress bar has a Cancel button. "Oops, didn't mean to do that," and stop it before it finishes. I'm not reformatting a hard drive or installing system updates — it's copying a file. I should be able to cancel it.
Finally, which copy am I now working on? I'm working on a local file. That file gets copied to the document cloud. Which file am I looking at? The local one? or the copy? When I continue to make edits, which file contains the edits? When I click that icon 3 more times, hoping it will cancel the copy operation, and it instead makes 3 more copies of the file, which of those will contain the edits I just made?