Backupery for Evernote is an application to make automatic and regular backup of Evernote data to the destination of your choice: directory on your computer, external disk drive, NAS (Network Attached Storage), USB stick, network share, Dropbox, cloud-synced directories like Google Drive, Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive, Amazon Drive, Box Drive, etc.

Download for Windows Works for Evernote 6.25.1 and under. Evernote 10 and higher is not supported.
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The application supports the following 64-bit versions of Windows:

  • Windows Server 2019
  • Windows 10 / Windows Server 2016
  • Windows 8.1 / Windows Server 2012 R2
  • Windows 8 / Windows Server 2012
  • Windows 7 / Windows Server 2008 R2

Yes, Backupery for Evernote employs Evernote-standard export technology, so no third-party tools are required for restoring (official Evernote client is enough).

Yes, Backupery for Evernote backs up all of your notes including those that are stored in local notebooks. Also, the application backups your local unsynced changes, so they are safe.

Yes, each attachment of each note is backed up by the application.

You don’t need to share your credentials for Evernote or for any cloud storage, everything is done on your computer only. You even don’t need an internet connection to make backups (it is essential if you are travelling, for example).

Yes, for example, the notebook MyNotebook from stack MyStack is backed up to the directory MyNotebook that is inside directory MyStack. Notes from each notebook are saved to a separate backup file, so the structure of the notebook is preserved.

Yes, you could select notebooks that you wish to backup.

Yes, besides the Evernote-standard export format (ENEX) you may choose to export your data to HTML so it can be easily viewed in any modern web browser.

Yes, Backupery for Evernote backs up your Business and Personal notebooks.

Yes, the application also works with the official Evernote client installed from Microsoft Store (applicable for Windows edition).

Here are Backupery for Evernote screenshots:

Example of a note converted to HTML:

Yes, it is possible. You can use the application for the E-Discovery process.

Yes, it is possible. You can use the application to comply with different internal and external compliance procedures.

If you would like to review a detailed example on how to use Backupery for Evernote, check out the following Knowledge Base articles:

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  1. A tool to review Stack, notebook, and file names for total length would be useful to tell users where to shorten names. I would like to avoid trying to set NTFS to accept long filenames.

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