How To Integrate Dropbox And Evernote
- You want to use Dropbox as a mobile office and have your files from multiple cloud services synced to Dropbox for easy accessibility and flexibility.
- You need to manage large files in Evernote, but once they are created you would like to delete them to free up storage space.
- Dropbox has an easy-to-use interface, extremely simple (and very popular) file sharing and collaboration features.
- To have a secure backup of all your Evernote files in case data loss or loss of account access happens.
Once you have successfully set up the Evernote to Dropbox sync, cloudHQ will start working, replicating all of the selected folders from Evernote to Dropbox. From that point on, any new notes that are created or uploaded to Evernote will be instantly replicated to Dropbox. Any revisions to existing files that are already in Evernote will be instantly replicated to Dropbox. And cloudHQ will continue to work, running tirelessly in the background, invisible to the user (so there are no interruptions), continuously replicating any changes or additions to your Evernote account.
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