BackupBuddy includes support for WordPress backup to Dropbox, so you know your WordPress backup files are stored safely off-site in your Dropbox account. With BackupBuddy, you can set up backups schedules to automatically send your WordPress backup files to Dropbox after each completed backup.
WordPress Backup to Dropbox with BackupBuddy
It’s easy to backup WordPress to Dropbox with BackupBuddy. BackupBuddy includes support for several off-site storage destinations to fit your needs, including Google Drive, Amazon S3, Rackspace Cloud Files and BackupBuddy Stash.
Here’s how to backup WordPress to Dropbox with BackupBuddy:
- After installing and activating the BackupBuddy plugin, visit the Destinations page.
- Click the +Add New tab to add your Dropbox destination.
- On the next screen, follow the steps to finish connecting your Dropbox account to BackupBuddy.
- Click the Click here to log into Dropbox button.
- Copy the OAuth code to your clipboard (Note: you may need to login to Dropbox.com).
- Enter the provided OAuth Code into the "Paste Your Code Here" box within BackupBuddy.
- Then, click the Link Account button.
- On the next screen, you can customize your Dropbox Remote Destination settings. To finalize adding Dropbox, click the +Add Destination button.
- That’s it! You’ll now be able to store your WordPress backup files in your Dropbox account.
If you're having issues with "Full/Complete" backup sends not completing, but "Database Only" backups complete their send, then please enable this option (the .dat file is not required, so enabling this option will not hurt):
wp-admin (dashboard) -> BackupBuddy -> Settings -> Advanced Settings/Troubleshooting -> Technical & Server Compatibility -> Disable .dat file creation
Please place a check in that box then save the settings.
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