Sharing databases across computers

Is there a way to use a cloud folder as a sort of shared repository? My hope for this program is that I can have multiple people contributing to a single song database from their individual computers without having to export and import to each person every time a new song is added. In other words, there are multiple instances of Quelea, but they are all accessing and adding content to the exact same program files, with adjustments being synced directly to the other users. Maybe a way to select the directory path?

From what I understand, there are two folders where Quelea stores data. One is the install folder, which is Quelea, and can be installed anywhere (Into Google Drive for example, which I have done) and the second is the .quelea folder, which from my understanding is where song files, themes, bibles, etc. are stored, that can be found by going to “C:\users\USERNAME.quelea". However, I’m not so sure of the differences between the two.

What I’ve tried so far was to install Quelea onto one computer, and select the install path for my Google Drive folder. I then went to another computer that did not have it intalled ever, and opened just eh executable from the Drive. I noticed that when I did it automatically created a .quelea folder for my user, even without going through the install process.

I was wondering the same thing, using dropbox.