Is it necessary to backup Evernote to Box?
Is it necessary to backup Evernote to Box? After all, the service has synced to the cloud already. If you own multiple computers, your data will be also stored in all of those places. Enough? Well, it’s hard to say. Unlike Dropbox, Evernote does not offer a revision history, which means you could lose any data that you accidentally delete from a specific note or from the trash. When you share a particular notebook, other users may make changes you don’t like. So, information goes away sometimes and backups are the only real answer for that.
Actually, you can make Evernote integration with Dropbox or other popular cloud drives for the sake of backup. Whatever, MultCloud -- a free web-based multiple cloud storage manager, is able to help you finish that. We’re going to take Box as the destination here.
Backup Evernote to Box with MultCloud
With MultCloud, you don’t have to install any additional software; you don’t have to sync clouds by downloading then uploading files; you don’t have to log in different accounts umpteen times anymore! What you need is just one MultCloud account.
- Register or experience without signing up.
- After signing in, add Evernote and Box into MultCloud. You’re allowed to connect several accounts of the same provider too. Such as combine Evernote accounts.
Supported cloud drives include: Dropbox, Amazon Cloud Drive, AmazonS3, WebDav, Google Drive, Flickr, SugarSync, OneDrive, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, Hidrive, BaiDu, MediaFire, ownCloud, Alfresco, ADrive, Hubic, MySQL, MEGA and FTP/SFTP.
- Now you can copy/export/sync Evernote to box! The fastest way is to directly drag target folders or files from Evernote to Box.
The second method is right clicking target documents. Select “Copy” or “Copy to”.
Tips: When you right click a specific file, you’ll find more features from context menu like “Preview”, “Share” and so on.
The last approach, which enables you to backup Evernote to Box regularly even after power off. Use “Transfer” service.
That’s it! Evernote&Box integration is just as simple as this. By the way, in order that you can find files quickly among multiple services, searching across clouds is available in MultCloud.
Update : Since MultCloud 4.0, you can use Cloud Sync service to do backup, there are 8 sync ways in all.