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Evernote backup means saving a local or online copy of your personal Evernote database. Handy Backup allows you saving such a snapshot in automatic mode, using your PC, an external drive or some online storage (e.g. an FTP server or a cloud account) to keep a copy of your notes.
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To backup Evernote data, you must either export a copy of your notes to a copy of the database (an .enex file) or snapshot a local Evernote folder which is located (for modern Evernote for Windows versions) by the path:
There [Username] is the name of a particular user running this instance of Evernote. Both methods create a copy of your Evernote data, which Handy Backup will save automatically to another place.
When you backup Evernote data using creating an .enex file, the program packs all your messages and pictures to a single Evernote database. Keeping this Evernote backup to hard drive, you can select the folder where you plan to backup Evernote files in .enex format.
Attention: This process takes some time and storage space, as the final Evernote database can be bulky due to containing all the Evernote content created or placed into notes by a particular user!
Handy Backup provides some useful features to automatically backup Evernote. Some of these features include such things as:
In addition to these features, Handy Backup contains many other useful functions, including data compression and encryption, running other software before or after backup, creating time stamps and excluding unusable files from backups by attributes.
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The Standard edition has all capabilities needed for backup Evernote files to all most popular storage media including clouds, FTP servers and local drives.
It is simplest and fastest method of keeping Evernote backup data and it can be also the cheapest method, anyway. However, any problem with a local hard drive (including “planned” problems such as drive upgrading and re-installing a system) makes a peril for this backup!
You can backup Evernote to Dropbox (or store an Evernote backup to Google Drive, or even use a simple FTP server in your local network to save a copy), making your notes untouchable for all local perils and hazards. In other hand, this method consumes a time and a space storage that can be non-free!
To save a folder mentioned above, please use the “Computer” data source featured in Handy Backup. The following sequence will help you creating your own Evernote backup task.
Attention: If you cannot find the "Computer" plug-in in "Favorites", search for it in the "Local or network drive" list below!
Note: You can just click "File filters..." on the Step 2, and then enter the "Evernote" or "*.enex" for finding all files related to Evernote to make an automatic backup.
Because of these operations, you will create a new Evernote backup task. You may run it manually every time you feel a need for it, or else you can set a scheduling sequence on the Step 6 of a new task wizard, to be sure that Handy Backup will backup Evernote files automatically.
Backup Evernote with Handy Backup to secure your important notes from any mishaps and malware! You can try all the rich possibilities of Handy Backup personally, downloading a full version of software for a 30-days trial, which is completely free!
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