Dec 29, 2014

How to backup Evernote data?

I use Evernote for many, many things, and other than my email account, it would be the data that would impact me most if it were to be lost. So, Evernote is obviously in the cloud, and local data on my various devices gets backed up to Evernote in the cloud. That's great, but my question is how can I backup the data that is stored by Evernote in the cloud? Is there a way to sync it to another backup service?
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12/30/2015
It is a good question. Evernote essentially synchronizes files among your various devices, but it isn't a backup solution. You can do this either by exporting the notebook information or by making copies of its local database from your desktop. The folks at HowtoGeek.com have explained it all for you here:

http://www.howtogeek.com/163349/how-to-backup-your-evernote-notebooks-just-in-case/
09/26/2015
Yes, you could make manual backup as davidstrom said, but I would prefer to automate this process with Backupery for Evernote (http://www.backupery.com/products/backupery-for-evernote/) - it is a simple and easy to use application that makes local backups of all my Evernote notes to my PC, so I don't depend on any third-party clouds (except Evernote cloud :))
12/30/2015
There is a company that provides an automatic backup service, if you are willing to pay for it. Revert.io has a daily auto-backup service that will back up Evernote (and Dropbox and Tumbler). It’s free to try, but I think it costs around $10 a month after the 1st 30 days. So, yeah, you can backup your cloud data to the cloud. Link: https://revert.io/
Best answer
12/30/2015
It is a good question. Evernote essentially synchronizes files among your various devices, but it isn't a backup solution. You can do this either by exporting the notebook information or by making copies of its local database from your desktop. The folks at HowtoGeek.com have explained it all for you here:

http://www.howtogeek.com/163349/how-to-backup-your-evernote-notebooks-just-in-case/
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