Backup your Google Docs documents to Dropbox

Supernifty is pleased to announce a new, free service that enables you to backup your Google Docs documents to Dropbox.

Google Docs to Dropbox

Nobody cares more about your own data than you. Anything that you care about should be backed up. If you have anything on Google Docs that you care about, you should be backing this up.

Although Google mostly do a fantastic job, even they occasionally lose user’s data. It’s inevitable. Hard drives fail. Things catch fire. Accounts are hacked.

Your next big novel could be lost forever.

Enter Supernifty. Supernifty’s new free service exports all your documents from Google Docs to Dropbox once a week. Simple.

Being Dropbox, once your Google Docs are on Dropbox, they will then be synced down to your local machine. And you’re safe. Safe!

If Google go offline, or you accidentally overwrite your tax return, or reveal your password to the Russian mafia, you will still have your documents, safely and securely stored on Dropbox. Easily recovered.

I recommend you give it a try.

The service is new – we are actively adding features and looking for issues. If you try it out, please let us know what you think.

Note that neither Supernifty nor this service are afiliated with either Google or Dropbox.

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