Apple removed the Back to My Mac iCloud feature from macOS Mojave last fall after reporting its removal in August. Now, an update of the support document for users of the Back to My Mac function will be suspended in July so it sounds like all versions of macOS.
When Apple removed Back to My Mac from macOS Mojave, it offered users and some alternatives:
However, starting with MacOS Mojave, Apple recommends trusting iCloud Drive to synchronize files between Mac, use the shared screen for remote access or use Apple's most robust remote desktop application.
When we noticed that Apple's remote desktop application has been updated since 2017, the $ 80 app also has an average rating of 1.7 / 5 stars. But until now, macOS users have already been able to use the Back to my Mac function.
Yesterday, Apple updated a support document of Back to my Mac (through MacRumors) and it seems that the function is going for all macOS users.
As of July 1, 2019, the Back to My Mac service is not available in any other version of macOS.
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