Why backup Evernote to Google Drive?
Evernote is a cross-platform, freemium app designed for note taking, organizing, and archiving developed by Evernote Corporation. It allows you to create a “note” which can be a piece of formatted text, a full webpage, a photograph, a voice memo, or a handwritten “ink” note. Evernote supports many operating system platforms, like Windows OS, OS X, Android, WebOS, iOS, both desktop version and cell phone version. You have to pay for Evernote or to use the limited function free version.
Evernote is a good app for file sync and storage, but it is never a good backup solution. That’s why so many users want to copy Evernote to Google Drive or backup Evernote to Dropbox or to other safe places. Google Drive is one of the biggest Cloud services that fairly popular around the world. Considering either free storage or paid extend storage, it is a wise move to transfer Evernote to Google Drive.
How to backup Evernote to Google Drive?
Evernote provides desktop app for Windows OS and Mac OS X. So if you’re using one of them, you can migrate Evernote to Google Drive from there. One manual method is export your notes and upload them to Google Drive directly. The other method is copying the entire folder in File Browser to Google Drive because Evernote desktop app stores data locally. Here are the directories of them:
For Windows version: C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Local\Evernote\Evernote\Databases. You can use File backup to back them up to Google Drive desktop app in Windows 7/8/10. For Mac version: /Users/[username]/Library/Application Support/Evernote.
Above two manual solutions are simple yet not considerable. Apparently, they are time-consuming and absorbing process. What’s worse, you cannot perform schedule backup for Evernote. Therefore, a free Cloud service manager would help a lot under this situation. MultCloud is a web application that allows you to sync Evernote to Google Drive in daily, weekly, or monthly mode. You can even exclude or include some certain file types like .mp3, excel*, .jpg etc. during the syncing process in MultCloud. It will bring Evernote and Google Drive together into the same interface, so that every operation is visual and direct. Sign up to learn how to link Evernote to Google Drive and schedule backup Evernote.
Schedule backup Evernote to Google Drive using MultCloud
Step1. Create a MultCloud account with only email, username, and password. After logging in, click Add Cloud Drives to add Evernote. Roll down your mouse to find the Evernote icon.
Step2. Click on Add Evernote Account. Confirm what authorities that MultCloud needs in the next window, and choose yes.
Step3. Add Google Drive to MultCloud by repeating above steps. Now you have two accounts together. Click Transfer above and select Evernote and Google Drive separately in “From” and “To” boxes.
Step4. Click the arrow behind Run Now and select Schedule Later. Here you are able to set backup mode to daily, weekly, or monthly mode. The task will run automatically at your desire time, so you can leave it alone after configuration.
It is pretty easy to schedule backup Evernote to Google Drive with the help of MultCloud. For a small number of file transferring, you can grab and drop them directly to Google Drive. Other than backing up Evernote, backing up Google Drive to Dropbox is also available in MultCloud.