Nextcloud Documentation Overview

Nextcloud Server

You can download and install Nextcloud on your own Linux server, use the Web Installer to install it on shared Web hosting, try some prefab cloud or virtual machine images, or sign up for hosted Nextcloud services. See the Get Started page for more information.

Nextcloud 16

This documents the upcomming version of Nextcloud.

Nextcloud 15

This documents the latest version of Nextcloud.

Nextcloud 14

This documents the previous version of Nextcloud.

Nextcloud Desktop Client

Once you have a Nextcloud Server running, you can connect to it with various clients like our mobile and desktop client. Find documentation for the desktop client below.

Desktop 2.3

This documents the latest version of the Nextcloud desktop client.

Desktop 2.2

This documents the previous version of the Nextcloud desktop client. This version is no longer supported and users are encouraged to upgrade!

Older Nextcloud server releases

This documents the older versions of Nextcloud. These releases are no longer publicly maintained and users are strongly encouraged to upgrade to a maintained release or get access to long term security and stability updates through a Nextcloud Subscription.

Reporting Documentation Bugs & How to Contribute

If you find an error or omission in any of the manuals, we welcome your bug reports and contributions. Contribution to the documentation is very easy as the code is entirely on GitHub and can be edited there online.

All documentation licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.