Okay, I dug a bit deeper and under MacOS settings where you click on your User ID and then click iCloud where it says Apps using iCloud there’s a “iCloud Drive”, click that and then click on “Apps syncing to iCloud drive”. This is where Infuse is showing and is checked as on.
Might be totally off base here, but if I recall correctly, the AppleTV might be logged into an account different than the one that purchased Infuse — but Infuse doesn’t support multiple accounts so wouldn’t know this.
I believe I’ve seen issues that were only solved when users made sure their AppleTV / Apple Store accounts matched the accounts that their premium versions of Infuse were purchased from.
Is there a chance you don’t see Infuse in Cloud Sync options because you purchased or installed it while using a different account? And it might be trying to sync with that different account? Or a different regional App Store?
Mate I’m so sorry, I was reading these messages on my phone and it didnt click to actually go inside iCloud Drive rather than just the settings, in fact iCloud drive was disabled entirely on my Mac for some reason. Indeed once it was enabled I was provided a list of apps that were storing data there and one of which was Infuse.
This is a case of someone just being tired from work and late at night and I’m sorry I didnt read your post properly because it has indeed solved the issue. Funnily enough I solved it my self and then came back here thinking I bet that this is what NC actually said to do