How to schedule a backup task?
CBackup has scheduling capabilities built-in and you can configure a scheduled backup to get rid of manually performing a backup task because CBackup will run it as scheduled.
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In this section, we'll help you to get rid of frequent and manual file backup from local to CBackup Cloud, CBackup Desktop App also has scheduling capabilities built-in to let you configure a scheduled file backup.
CBackup Desktop App offers four schedule modes: Specific time, Daily, Weekly, Monthly. With these modes, you can select a schedule mode according to your needs. After scheduling, data will be backed up from local to CBackup Cloud at a regular interval or simply for a special timing automatically. For instance, you can schedule backup from local to CBackup Cloud in Specific time, Daily/Weekly/Monthly mode. Then, CBackup Desktop App will automatically backup your data from local to CBackup Cloud at the regular interval you chose.
Please follow the steps below to create a scheduled backup task:
1. Opening the Schedule settings.
For the new task, please click the ''Settings'' button when you create a new task to open the schedule settings.
For the created task, please move the cursor on the task then click on the ''three-dot button'' then select ''Settings'' to open the schedule settings.
2. Select the ''Schedule Backup'' tab in the ''Backup Settings'' window.
3. Select a backup schedule depending on needs, and you can see there are 4 Scheduled Modes.
Specific time mode：set a specific time to run the backup only once.
Set a time point to perform the backup task once a day.
Set a time range for a day first, then choose the time interval between start time and finish time and the program will perform the backup at intervals of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 8 hours within this time range every day.
Weekly mode：set a specific day of a week to run the backup.
Monthly mode：set a specific day of a month to run the backup.
4. Click ''OK'' after the configuration. This modification will be performed at the next backup.