Mac users started to receive notifications that Apple will quit the support for its Back to My Mac feature when MacOS Mojave arrives this fall. The ICloud feature allows users to remotely connect a Mac to another for file transfers and screen sharing. Users can create a network of multiple Macs and access information from any of them on any of the connected devices.
In addition to alerting users to return to my Mac whatsoever, Apple users point to a support document explaining alternatives. Apple suggests that I use iCloud Drive for file sharing, remote access screen sharing, and Apple Remote Desktop for multi-device management.
However, these options will be frustrating for some users who have used Back to My Mac consistently across their many Mac devices for many years. Users may end up paying for more storage in iCloud Drive to access all their files across multiple devices.
For the Apple Remote Desktop app, it costs $ 80 from the Mac App Store. Third party remote desktop capabilities are available, and some users will likely turn to them before they spend money on Apple's suggested option. Additionally, Apple Remote Desktop has not been updated since February 21
Some may already suspect Back to My Mac's upcoming deaths. The feature was not included in the first developer beta of the OS update, and it has not been included in any of the following beta versions.