Yesterday we released OmniPresence 1.5, an important update for macOS Sierra users. It focuses on one thing: playing better with Sierra, iCloud, and other sync services.
In this release, we’ve disabled the ability to place a synced OmniPresence folder inside the folders that iCloud could sync:
~/Desktop/. (We disable those locations even if iCloud Desktop & Documents Folders is turned off.)
We also exclude the default sync locations for a few more file syncing services: Amazon Drive, Box Sync, Google Drive, OneDrive, and SpiderOak Hive.
So! That means the default location for a new synced folder is right inside your Home folder.
Another bonus: completely new documentation accessible via the sprocket in the OmniPresence menu.