I agree, +1 to this VERY IMPORTANT feature. The reason I started using Insync was because it was/is better than Google Drive for Windows. The ability to throttle your bandwidth usage is something Google Drive started doing early on in it’s development. With large files I find myself having to pause Insync or even exiting the application when I need to use my PC for anything that touches the internet (which is everything these days). Adding a time or window when it would be able to upload is also a good feature but NOT one that should be used to address THIS issue. We don’t need work arounds, we need to be able to upload those VERY large files but at a fraction of the max speed because we still need them to upload! They get in the way of sending the large amount of little files we need to get to our drive.
Also, something I have always been a fan of with Dropbox and something I think makes a product amazing vs great is VoteBox. That’s Dropbox’s way of letting the community/users determine what needs to be developed next. Just because an Insync developer thinks something is neat or cool to add does not mean all of us care about it. I bet if you guys had a site like VoteBox then everyone would have this one at a very high level.