Level 5* JMichaelTX 4,104 Posted May 8, 2015 Level 5* Share Posted May 8, 2015 Evernote is Officially NOT a Backup Service There has been some discussion about using Evernote as a backup system.The official User Guidelines published by Evernote clearly state that it is NOT to be used for backup purposes. User Guidelines | EvernoteAs of Thu, May 7, 2015 You agree that when you use the Service: You Won’t Use Evernote to Back Up Your Hard Drive or Do Other Things It’s Not Intended For. Evernote is designed and built around a core set of productivity-enhancing use cases. Things like note taking, web clipping, image capture, task management, collaboration and discussion, and sharing documents—the core activities that support the modern way we work together (otherwise known as “Intended Uses”). Evernote is not designed for cloud backup, file synchronization, or file storage/archiving (“Unsupported Uses”). Examples of Unsupported Uses include systematically backing up a hard drive, storing a media library, automatically archiving emails or files, or maintaining large quantities of files for storage-only purposes. Using Evernote for these purposes may result in you and/or other users having a significantly degraded Evernote experience. The quality of your Evernote experience depends on using Evernote for its Intended Uses. Link to comment
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