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10.7: Auto-copy Photo Stream images to a folder
Authored by: jhollington on Feb 10, '12 06:40:00AM

Actually, you can setup additional iCloud accounts, but it's not obvious as the default iCloud settings are only for the single, primary iCloud account. However, this is really just a shortcut to the primary iCloud account settings -- if you go into the "Mail, Contacts, Calendars" section in the iOS Settings app or the OS X System Preferences you'll see that your iCloud account is also listed there along with any other accounts you have setup. You can add an additional iCloud account from here in the same manner as you would any other e-mail, contact or calendar account.

The second account on iOS will be limited to only those features that can be used on a secondary account -- Mail, Contacts, Calendars, Reminders, Bookmarks, Notes and Find My iPhone. Note that Bookmarks and Find My iPhone can be used on a secondary account, but can only be used on ONE account at a time, so enabling them on the secondary account will disable them on the primary.

It's also a little bit different on OS X, where the second account can only be used for Mail (which includes Notes), Contacts and Calendar (which include Reminders). Bookmarks and Find My Mac can only be used with the primary iCloud account on OS X.

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