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Edited: February 17, 2015 I have send a modified and cleaned up version of this post via a PM to GBarry and Charboyd. Hopefully, they can help. I'll report back if I get any good news. Hoping Grumpymonkey will see this, but all responses are welcome. I contacted Crashplan's Support to ask if clickable Links saved in Evernote would be preserved if I should subscribe to their services and need to avail myself of any back-ups I stored with them. I clarified that I use the Android and Windows EN apps, and that I meant weblinks, internal links and hyperlinks from one Note to another, and those linked to external programs (such as a Word document - if that feature still works?) - as well as text links like you would use in a TOC. The tech who responded said that a recent Evernote update had corrected the problem with clickable links not being retained in ENEX or HTML back-ups - IF you put a space after the URL - and referenced this forum as his source. Then he said that as far as he knew, any links in Notes I backed up with Crashplan should be preserved as clickable, regardless of whether that's true or not. This is the forum thread the tech referenced: https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/33785-clickable-web-links/ I'll be honest here. I'm still not clear if clickable links are preserved in any back-ups one might make on their own, with or without a space. I'm not sure why I got what seems to be a vague reply about Crashplan's ability to preserve them. This is where my tech savvy ends and my eyes glaze over. Does anyone have any experience actually using EN back-up stored with Crashplan? Back-ups with links, I mean. If so, were the links clickable after retrieval? And did you need to leave a space after each one? Plus, would a new line count as a space? So tired. So confused. And still PO'd about Diigo... (Yes, I'm fully aware that I sound like a newbie. And a whiney one at that.