Backing Up Evernote to Dropbox with @CloudHQ (Updated)
Since I have TONS of content in Evernote, I wanted to find an easy way to backup content there. Some of the supported services include:

I imagined being able to put all my notes into Dropbox--along with encrypted attachments--but doing so would take...well...forever. takes care of this for me!

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While there are other ways to accomplish this, offers one the opportunity to have a 15-day free trial. You can use this 15-day trial to move content from one cloud service to another. In my case, I decided to export all my content in Evernote to Dropbox.
Sync options - Evernote to Dropbox files, folders, and attachments

The process was fairly painless and resulted in a copy of all my Evernote content in a Dropbox folder I'd created right before starting. Kudos to for making it easy to copy/move content from one service to another!

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James Stutler said…
Hi Miguel,
thank you for the post. cloudhq is a really powerfull service, but one more tool we should consider for backing up Evernote is Backupery for Evernote. It is "set and forget" tool to backup Evernote notes to a hard drive, so we don't depend on any third party clouds. I am using it about a month and it works pretty well so far.


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