#1 - Decide Which Files to Keep on iCloud: Your iCloud account has a finite amount of storage, so you need to figure out which files you want to store there.
Let's say that you have a lot of images you want to keep. Can you realistically keep all photos in iCloud? Unlikely, especially when you have to consider other types of data. You will need to make choices and look for compromises. Or, if necessary, pay to get more total available storage.
#2 - Optimize Apps: App optimization is another great way to improve the performance of your iCloud account. You can do this by disabling any apps or services that are not being used regularly or have become outdated over time.
This helps declutter your home screen and remove any apps that may be taking up a lot of storage space on your device. You can also check for apps with updates available; if there are any older versions on your device, updating them to the latest version will help optimize them and keep them running smoothly.
#3 - Backup Your Data: Backing up all your data regularly ensures that all important information stored on your device is easily retrievable if anything should happen to it in the future.
For example, if you were to lose all data on an iPhone due to a hardware issue or theft, having a backup would allow you to restore all your data to a new device quickly and easily. Setting up automatic backups through iTunes or iCloud makes sure that all data is saved on a regular basis without needing manual intervention each time you want it backed up.
#4 - Manage Storage Space: Keeping track of how much storage space is being used by all apparatuses connected to an iCloud account can help ensure optimal performance with minimal lag time when accessing various services associated with it.
The amount of storage space needed depends upon which applications or services are being utilized most often; once this is determined then one can decide whether more storage needs to be purchased or if certain applications need uninstalling in order for more space can be freed up.
#5 - Organize Files: Keeping files properly organized helps reduce clutter and makes it easier for users to find what they’re looking for quickly when accessing their account via different devices such as Macs, iPhones or iPads.
By organizing files into folders according to type (e.g., music files into one folder, movie files into another) users will be able save time when accessing their content since everything will already be categorized correctly beforehand instead of having them search through countless unsorted documents manually each time they access their account from different devices simultaneously throughout the day/night cycles
#6 - Monitor Data Usage: Regularly monitoring how much data is being used by each application connected with an iCloud account helps manage overall cost by reducing wastage associated with unnecessary usage patterns detected across multiple devices using the same connection (e.g., streaming movies from an iPad onto an Apple TV).
Monitoring data usage also helps identify potential issues such as malicious activity (virus downloads etc.) before becoming major problems down the line which could lead costly repair bills later on down the line when trying fix them retrospectively after larger issues arise due lack of detection during earlier stages
#7 - Enable Two Factor Authentication: Two factor authentication adds an extra layer of security which makes it harder for anyone else getting access into one’s private accounts than just simply entering username/password combinations alone (which too many people reusing same credentials across multiple sites/services anyway).
With two factor authentication enabled users will be required enter a unique code sent via SMS or email everytime they try logging into their accounts; this additional barrier prevents anyone else gaining easy access even if they were somehow able guess/obtain someone else’s username/password combination eventually leading towards better protection against hackers & other malicious third parties out there today trying target vulnerable individuals who don’t take basic security measures seriously
#8 - Turn On Notifications: Turning notifications on for various activities related accessing one’s personal information stored within one's iCloud account helps keep track what’s happening when someone else tries logging into his/her accounts without permission first hand especially useful when travelling abroad where foreign networks may intercept&collect user credentials without user realizing until its too late(e..g bank fraud cases).
Notifications also alert users whenever app updates become available helping keep software updated preventing possible intrusions resulting from outdated bugs still lingering around after release dates etc...