By Kelsey twitter/ Last Updated May 18, 2022

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How Can I Back up My Microsoft OneNote to My Google Drive?

“I primarily use OneNote for keeping track of notes on procedures, help items, a knowledgebase of sorts. I want all the info to be available on Google Drive. Can someone tell me how to backup OneNote to Google Drive on Mac?”

Why Need to Sync OneNote to Google Drive?

Microsoft OneNote is a program for free-form information collection and personal information management. By storing user notes, photos, audio, and video clips, it can collect and organize information so that it can be used for search and multi-user collaboration. 

Generally, OneNote information is stored in your hard drive and this information may be lost or unavailable due to a system crash or hardware failure. According to the 3-2-1 backup rule, you'd better keep one copy of OneNote data in the cloud to avoid losing all of them at once.

OneNote

Google Drive, one of the most popular cloud storage in the world, generously provides 15GB of storage space for each newly registered account. More and more people prefer to synchronize OneNote to Google Drive, not only because its storage space can meet the needs of most people, but also because of the convenience and advanced features of Google Drive.

OneNote to Google Drive

Therefore, for users who use both Google and OneNote, can you backup OneNote to Google Drive? The answer is yes. Read on to learn all about backing up OneNote to Google Drive.

2 Ways to Backup OneNote to Google Drive

In the following, you will learn how to backup OneNote to Google Drive in two ways on Windows. The first way supports you to select and upload files manually from Microsoft OneNote to Google Drive. The second method can help you automatically sync OneNote to Google Drive. Please continue reading and choose a method according to your needs.

Way 1. Backup OneNote manually

One useful function Microsoft has for users of OneNote is to create a backup for OneNote, where you can first backup your data to a local location or an external hard drive.

Step 1. Start OneNote on your PC, click File > Option> OneNote Options > Save & Backup in order.

Step 2. In the Save box on the right, click Backup Folder, select Modify, and then choose to back up the OneNote file to a local or external hard drive.

Backup OneNote Modify

Step 3. After selecting the backup location, click Back up All Notebooks Now under the Backup box. When you receive a notification that the backup has completed successfully, click OK.

Back Up All Notebooks Now

Step 4. Navigate to drive.google.com from your browser and log in to your account, then click My Drive > Upload files... or Upload folder... to upload the OneNote files to your Google Drive from the location where they are saved.

upload files to Google Drive

Way 2. Automatically backup OneNote to Google Drive with CBackup

If you want to use a simpler OneNote backup to Google Drive solution, using a third-party tool can be a way to automatically backup OneNote to cloud storage. Here, a free professional third-party cloud backup tool called CBackup will be used as an example to show you how to perform a OneNote backup:

CBackup main page

Let's learn how to backup OneNote from Windows 10 to Google Drive with CBackup.

Step 1. First, you can use the way in Way 1 to backup OneNote files to a local or external drive hard drive. If you only need to back up individual files to Google Drive, you can choose to export OneNote notebooks:

Open the OneNote notebook that contains the information you want to export, and then click File at the top of the page, and then click Export on the left item bar. Then select the content and format to export.

Export Notebook

Step 2. Download and install the CBackup app for free and start it, sign up with a new CBackup account to sign in.

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Step 3. Click My Storage in the taskbar on the left of the program interface, and then click + Add Cloud, select Google Drive to Add it. Then sign in to your Google Drive account and authorize CBackup to access and manage your Google Drive files.

Add Cloud

Step 4. Click the Backup Tasks tab, and then press the New Task button to create your PC to cloud backup task.

Create Task

Step 5. You can specify the Task Name, and click Add Source button to choose the OneNote folder. Then click the Add Destination button to choose Single Cloud > Google Drive as the target location.

Select Destination Single Cloud

Note: The service provides a stable CBackup Cloud, you can try it for free for a period of time.

Step 6. Press the Start Backup button to backup OneNote to Google Drive easily.

Start Backup

Get More Google Drive Space for Free

Sooner or later, Google Drive will run out of free storage space as files accumulate in OneNote, especially if OneNote is used collaboratively by multiple people. In addition to subscribing to the expansion plan, you can use CBackup to get more Google Drive backup storage space for free.

CBackup is a professional multi-cloud manager. With it, you can add and merge Google Drive accounts in one interface and combine the backup space of multiple Google Drive accounts to make full use of all your free cloud storage.

CBackup combines cloud drives and backs up files on both the web and desktop, and we'll show you how to do this on a web page next:

1. Sign in with your CBackup account. And under the My Storage tab, click Add Cloud in My Storage, select Google Drive, and click OK to continue. Add all the Google Drive accounts you own in the same way.

Add Google Drive

Tip: In addition to Google Drive, you can also add OneDrive, Dropbox, and other drives.

3. In the next window, you can modify the display name and allocate space for file backup. Then, tick the check box before "Note". And click OK.

Allocated Space Google Drive

4. Please choose My Storage > + > New Combined Cloud subsequently.

New Combined Cloud

5. Tick all Google Drive accounts and press Next.

Tick All Google Drive Accounts

6. Choose backup order for these Google Drive accounts, then press Combine.

Choose Google Drive Backup Order

And now, the free storage space in all the accounts you added has been merged into one, and you could backup files to the combined cloud easily and freely.

Backup PC files to the cloud 

CBackup also provides the desktop app for cloud backup of computer files. It allows files in Windows computers to be backed up to its secure cloud server CBackup Cloud (free 10 GB), and even directly provide huge storage space. You can try to backup more data to cloud now.

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Conclusion

How to backup OneNote to Google Drive has been introduced above, both methods provided in this article can help you. If you want to get more free Google Drive backup space, you can use CBackup to help you merge your multiple Google Drive accounts.

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