mySewnet™ Cloud Quick Start Guide
mySewnet™ Cloud is a service where you save and access your personal files, projects, stitches and designs, over the Internet instead of on your computer’s hard drive.
Your files in mySewnet™ Cloud can be saved and accessed from different devices; your mySewnet™ enabled machine, your PC or Mac, your smartphone or tablet.
mySewnet™ Cloud Sync Tool – Mac or PC is a tool to support synchronization of a local folder on your PC or Mac with the files stored in mySewnet™ Cloud.
To get started with mySewnet™ – follow the instructions below:
In order to use mySewnet™ services you need to register an account. You can register an account from:
1. Register a mySewnet™ Account
- From the mySewnet Menu on www.husqvarnaviking.com, www.pfaff.com
- Your mySewnet™ enabled machine when connected to WiFi.
- mySewnet™ apps
- mySewnet™ Project Creator
- mySewnet™ Cloud Sync Tool – Mac or PC.
When you register
your mySewnet™ account, you need to
verify your e-mail address via e-mail and complete your profile information
before logging in to any of the devices.
Note: If you have already registered an account at product registration since before, you can use your account to login to mySewnet™ without creating a new account. All your old machine information will be brought over to mySewnet™.
2. Connect your mySewnet™ enabled machine to a WiFi Network
Touch the WiFi button in the upper left corner on your machine and activate WiFi. Select a network from the list of available networks. Enter the password for the selected network (if needed).
3. Sign In to the mySewnet™ Account from your mySewnet™ enabled machine
Touch the mySewnet™ button next to the WiFi button. Enter your username and password for your mySewnet™ account.
The @-sign can be found when pressing the key next to 123 on the keyboard:
Note: It is important to sign in to your mySewnet™ account on your mySewnet™ enabled machine, otherwise mySewnet™ Cloud will not be activated.
4. Download and Install the mySewnet™ Cloud Sync Tool – Mac or PC
Download the mySewnet™ cloud sync tool:
When downloaded, unzip the file and run the file mysewnetcloudsyncsetup.exe file and follow the instructions in the setup wizard. Once it is installed, you will see a mySewnet™ cloud sync tool folder on your hard drive.
5. Sign in to mySewnet™ Cloud Sync Tool
In this step you need to establish a connection between your computer and the mySewnet™ Cloud. Launch the mySewnet™ Cloud Sync Tool by clicking on it under the Programs menu. An icon will appear in the taskbar. Click on the icon on your taskbar and then click “SIGN IN TO mySewnet”. You will be prompted to enter your e-mail address and password for your mySewnet™ account.
Note: The mySewnet™ cloud sync tool requires Windows® 7, Windows® 8, Windows® 10 orMac OS X 10. 10 and above in order to work.
When you open any of the mySewnet™ apps for the first time you will also have to sign in with your mySewnet™ account.
6. Manage and Store Files on the mySewnet™ Cloud
Think of mySewnet™ Cloud as one folder that can be accessed from many devices. If you save,
delete add or modify a file in the mySewnet™
Cloud folder, the change is automatically synchronized to all devices.
Manage your personal files on the mySewnet™ cloud from these three places:
Your mySewnet™ enabled machine.
You will reach the mySewnet™ cloud folder from the Home screen. Save your files created in the machine to the mySewnet™ cloud folder.
mySewnet™ Cloud web service
Login to your account from the mySewnet™ Menu on www.husqvarnaviking.com and www.pfaff.com.
In order to activate mySewnet™ cloud for the first time in the menu, you need to login on your mySewnet™ enabled machine first. Select “mySewnet™ cloud” in the menu and you will see all your files. Create folders to organize your files.
mySewnet™ Cloud Sync Tool
The mySewnet™ cloud sync tool folder can be accessed from the mySewnet™ cloud icon on the taskbar, touch “OPEN mySewnet™ folder.” You can also find it in your file explorer under “Favorites.” It appears as an ordinary folder and can contain folders within. Drag and drop files to add it into the folder.