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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.
I have just subscribed to Crashplan, and if it is true that you can request a restore at any time backwards (from the service started of course) and get a backup from that moment, this is really great. But I do not really understand how this can be possible as Evernotes exb file in the database folder is being updated many times every day. My exb file is currently 4.6 GB and growing, and this would mean that every day this file would upload for example 20 time meaning an upload of 92 GB. Such amounts of data cannot be offered at that price, considering that it should be a time machine !? Anyone has a deeper knowledge about how this works? the only explanation I could see is if Crashplan can make incremental backups of only changes in such large files.