I use Join mainly as a replacement for PushBullet on my Pixel 2XL, a Chromebook, a Win work desktop, and a Win10 home desktop. My home desktop is often turned off for up to six days a week, using it only on Saturdays. Scenario: Monday-Friday I'm on the bus commuting, reading news articles, etc... for 2 hrs/day. Depending on the article, I may send it to my Work Win10 desktop or my Home Win10 desktop to fully review later. My work desktop is turned off on the weekends. I usually push 1-3 articles to it on the weekend through Monday morning that I expect to see when I start the computer and log in. My home desktop is turned off all week, I expect to have anywhere from 3 to 15 new tabs automatically opened when I wake it from sleep on Saturday. What actually happens: Work: Most of the time I'll see those articles. Today (a Monday, so it was shutdown for the weekend), I received nothing, though I sent several from the bus. They're not in the Device Push History. Home: Usually I'll only get one or two new tabs when I wake the computer. Sometimes I disable/enable the Join Chrome extension and some more will suddenly show up. In short, I can't rely on seeing what I sent to another computer if the receiving computer wasn't turned on, awake, and online at the time. Further, I don't understand the "Check Device's Push History" action in Join. I expect everything I've sent to show up on that device's Push history. Instead, I only see the ones that were successful. The missing ones don't appear. I would expect that Join would write to the History file when it sends, not when it receives... now I end up trying to decide whether it's worth my time to wade through my browser history's 10,000 items to see which article I wanted to read later.