Can I just export a zipped file from Scrivener iOS?

I haven’t been able to find the answert to this. I’m new to both iPad iOS and Scriv for iOS, but have used Scriv on PC for some time.

I don’t want to use Dropbox to sync files with Scrivener between my Windows machine and my iPad. I’d like to just email a zipped file back and forth. Is this possible?

Alternatively, rather than email, could I copy the zipped file to cloud storage (like Google Drive) and then download from there to my Windows computer, work on it there, zip it back up and return to the cloud and reopen on my iPad?

So, no syncing. Just transfering.

Thanks in advance,

Getting it out of the iPad is easy, and you have a number of choices.

From the tutorial: You can also export projects by entering “Edit” mode in the sidebar, selecting a single project, and tapping on the “share” button in the toolbar at the bottom of the sidebar. This allows you to email the project as a .zip file.

You can also save it to cloud storage using this method. From the iPad, I export zip files all of the time to OneDrive, as backups while I’m working on the iPad.

You can then unzip the project and edit it on your PC.

But getting it back into the iPad is limited to DropBox or iTunes sync. Those are your choices.

… which means that if you want to work on a project going back and forth between PC and iPad and you don’t want to use Dropbox, syncing via iTunes is the only way.

Ahh. Thanks. Don’t know why I didn’t see the little share icon at the bottom of the Projects list. That’ll work.

Wish there were more ways to get it back into iOS, but this will work.