After clicking the appropriate game title, the program will display on the left-hand side your collections, along with a list of the most recently played games, along with a list of the most recently installed games and links to most played and installed games. You can filter your lists by game type.
Click on the appropriate links to browse the game information. The left-hand side displays your collections of games that you have installed. The most recently played games are displayed at the top of the list. You can easily filter the lists of installed games or other lists by game type or amount of time since last play, by adding a filter under the filter button on top right.
Once you are happy with the game entries you have added, you can click the Synchronize button to start synchronization. You will then see a dialog box asking if you want to synchronize now or schedule a time later.
After syncing, the "Synchronized" dialog box will close. The interface shows that the database on the cloud is now synchronized with your local database. Try and play a game on your local computer for a few minutes before proceeding.
The interface displays what games will be synchronized and which columns will be synchronized. Only the fields corresponding to the selected game columns will be synchronized. Click OK to synchronize.
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