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Author Any future plans for Online Backup or Access to Gedcoms?
Posted Thursday, April 2, 2020 - Post #40394
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I would love to be able to work on my tree, then switch to another computer somewhere else and pickup where I left off. This would require an online cloud-based storage for my Genopro. This would also assure that I never have a corrupted Genopro because it would be backed up to the cloud.
Posted Friday, April 3, 2020 - Post #40395
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I think you can do this already - although I have not tried it. I prefer to put genopro.exe on a memory stick, or download it, when working somewhere else.
Try generating a report using the 'Export to Gedcom' skin but select Web Publishing. You can specify a 'Web Directory' here. This should put the GedCom where you can find it.
Either install GenoPro locally or use the GenoPro FTP Client program to retieve locally
Posted Friday, April 3, 2020 - Post #40396
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GenoPro already has a cloud backup.  

Just click File on the menu bar and choose Online BackupTo retrieve a .gno file click File then Open Inbox and Online Backups

Alternatively if you really want GedCom (.ged) files and not GenoPro (.gno or .xml) files then I suggest you backup the folder containing your GedCom exports with any of the free cloud storage packages, e.g. Microsoft OneDrive, Google's Drive, DropBox or Icloud.


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Edited: Friday, April 3, 2020 by genome


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