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Automatic backups of your ClearCheckbook data to Dropbox

11/27/2013 in ClearCheckbook Updates
We're happy to announce the launch of a new ClearCheckbook feature that lets you enable automatic backups of your ClearCheckbook data to your Dropbox account.

If you're a premium member and you have a Dropbox account, you can now enable automatic backups by clicking on Tools at the top of the page, then click on Automatic Backups. Once enabled, your data will be backed up to a CSV file on your Dropbox account each night as long as you've added new transactions since the last backup, have an active premium membership and have the feature enabled.

Comments for this post:

I suggested this! Thanks.
by MJRoberts55 on Nov 27, 2013
Google Drive
Would be cool to add Google drive as well.
by ERIC720 on Nov 28, 2013
Great feature!
In a time where I find myself avoiding more and more web apps because they amount to little more than ad revenue generators, I find myself more and more delighted that you still produce a quality, useful service that keeps getting better the longer I am with it. Thanks!
by mdwyer on Dec 10, 2013
Thank you! Great feature.
by ddf1230 on Dec 11, 2013
by BEAUTy916 on Mar 2, 2014
Google Drive
Google Drive backup please!
by jeffwoertz.old.1709520782 on Apr 26, 2014
re: Google Drive
Backup to Google drive is available.
by Brandon on Apr 26, 2014
Great feature, I turned it on as soon as I saw this blog post!

+1 for Google Drive!

Thanks for the great product, keep up the great work!
by jbhuffman on May 15, 2014
Automatic backup-multiple copies
This seems like a no-brainer, but I want to doublecheck. I have numerous copies of my backup, going back several months. All I need is the most recent one, right? I can delete the rest when it is hogging space. Yes?
by terryhull7 on Jan 12, 2015
Auto backup
When does it back up? I don't leave my computer on all night so what happens when it backs up and the computer isn't on? As I type this, though, I guess since it's all online it doesn't need access to the physical computer to back up?
by iptroy on Jun 20, 2016
iptroy: this is a backup to a cloud based storage solution, not to your actual computer.
by Brandon on Jun 21, 2016



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