If you have an iPhone 5S, iPad mini, iPad air or iMac and when upgrading to iOS 8, you accidentally tapped Yes for iCloud Drive, then don't panic, all is not lost. You can not go back to the older iCloud "Documents and Data" sync feature. Here you have 2 options i.e you can do without iCloud syncing, use your apps on one platform and wait until OS X Yosemite debuts. In this, you can use the Clear Task Manage on your iPhone and do not use Mac version of the app until Yosemite is available.
If you want to do it with iCloud syncing and need to restore all data as early as possible, then you you should apply for Apple's OS X Yosemite Beta program and update your Mac to the beta version of OS X. You should upgrade all your iOS devices to iOS 8, so that you can sync data between your phones and iPads. When all your devices are running OS X Yosemite and iOS 8, then syncing across platforms should be backup and running.
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