In this article, you will learn how to create a cloud backup via reliable cloud backup services - CBackup. For example, you can do cloud backup from Google Drive to OneDrive with CBackup with a few steps.
Create a new backup task
When creating a task, select the source cloud drive or the target cloud drive, if you have not added any cloud drive, you can add the cloud drive you want to be the source or target. For the steps to add a cloud drive, please click here. If you have added a cloud drive before, just select the source cloud drive or target cloud drive to be backed up.
The operation of creating a new backup task is as follows,
1. Find the New Task button then click it to create a task.
2. In Create Task page, you can modify the default task name, and then add the source and destination.
3. Click Add Source, then select the folders/files or the whole cloud you want to back up under added clouds. And then, click OK to add.
4. Click Add Destination, and select the cloud that you want to back up to. And then, click OK to add.
5. After adding the source and destination, you can click Settings to Enable Email Notification and set File Filter. And, you can click Schedule to set a scheduled backup.
6. Next, you can click the Start Backup button to run the task immediately, or select a time on the down-arrow to run task later.
For the created tasks, you can click the icon to start backups again.
Run the old created tasks
For the created tasks, there are two methods to start the backup, please follow the steps below to do.
1. Select the task that needs to be executed from the task list. Move the mouse over the icon and click the Backup button to start the backup.
2. Please click on the backup task menu to select Details to open the task details page. On the task details page, click the Start Backup button to run the backup.
Currently, CBackup web client only supports backups from clouds to clouds. The data backup of the computer will be realized via the CBackup desktop app.
For backing up files quickly and make the most of the space of combined clouds, CBackup will split the file into several small slices(32 MB) to back up. Please be assured that the splitting will not damage the completeness of the file. After the restore, it will still be an intact file with the original size.
The backups can't be accessed directly. You can access and use files after restore.
Please don’t modify, move, and delete backups on the cloud official site. Or else, it might be unable to restore after.