You can design your database to support this, but it's not a trivial task.
You'll need modification date fields in every table where you might make such changes
You'll need a scripted process that identifies modified records in both sets of records and correctly replaces the older copy with the updated version. Even trickier: you'll need to decide what should happen if you have differently edited the same record in both files since the last synch.
However both bento and FMtouch already properly deal with it is it really soo hard to have it implemented here as well?
Thank you for your post.
At this time, syncing is not available with FileMaker Go like it is with Bento. I encourage you to enter your post into our Feature Requests web form at:
Although I could copy your post and paste it into the web form, there are some additional questions asked that only you can answer.
In the mean time, the workaround provided by PhilModJunk is excellent (Thank you!).
You can open your database on your home computer that is connected to the Internet with the file set for sharing. Using the IP Address of that computer from your IOS device to log into your database and you can work remotely with no copy on Go and your information is instantly (kida) saved on your home computer. No syncing required.