Talk:Ubuntu One

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Further updating needed[edit]

Since Canonical announced the shutdown of some of the services of Ubuntu One in April 2014, these services should be described in the past tense in the article, while some service continue in the present tense. I took a stab at updating the article today. a couple of days after the file storage service went into "read-only" mode in anticipation of the final closure, but the features are so interwoven in the article that it is difficult to do. If someone has the time and inclination, the discontinued features should be separated from the features that still work after June 1, 2014, so that one section can be written in the present tense and the other in the past tense. — QuicksilverT @ 21:33, 3 June 2014 (UTC)