BT broadband customers are set to benefit from an improved online storage service.
The service provider has released new features and improvements to BT Cloud in response to customer feedback.
Subscribers can use the auto-backup service - which keeps a copy of everything on a user’s devices - to protect their most recent version of files.
Providing they have an internet connection, customers can access files and photos using the BT Cloud app and desktop client.
The new BT Cloud Sync folder gives users the flexibility to create, edit and view files from any device. And they can now share folders as well as files - users simply need to tick a folder to make it available via Facebook and Twitter.
BT has also improved the navigation tools and layout for BT Cloud, in a bid to boost the customer experience.
Dave McDonald, of BT Consumer, said the online storage service has proved to be "a great success".
"Nearly a quarter of a million customers have signed up since we launched ten months ago and more than 355,000 apps and desktop clients have been downloaded," he explained.
"We’ve listened to what our customers have been telling us and made BT Cloud even better."
All BT broadband subscribers can take advantage of free access to BT Cloud, but the amount of space available depends on the tariff selected.
For instance, customers signing up for the firm's Broadband, Broadband Unlimited and BT Infinity 1 packages receive 2GB of storage space.
And those subscribing to BT Infinity Unlimited 1 and BT Infinity Unlimited 2 are able to upload 50GB of data to BT Cloud.