Hello Beautiful people,
Want to ask something, is there any possible way to download all our data including articles to save it elsewhere, for safety purpose
Please let me know.
Thanks and Regards,
I don't have an answer, but I am also interested in a simple way to do this after having an article stolen.
Go to your hub in Author View.
Right click on the page.
Save as (choose a destination folder)
Save as PDF.
Thanks a lot Bev G
So kind of you
You always answer to all my questions
Super Genius always
You are welcome
There are several other ways. For example, if you have a task/organisational /note app such as Notion or Evernote, you can easily capture your content.
You can also right click on the title on your account stats page and save it that way, but it will only capture a very basic htm version.
I highly recommend that you also write in an offline program such as Word. I use Scrivener. You can even put those saved pdf versions into Scrivener alongside the original writing.
Lots of options out there
Bev G, I saved it as a webpage, complete
but didn't find any option to save as a pdf
Kick ass, I would've never assumed it was that simple. A genuine thank you, for once, Rag!
I write all my articles in Word, then copy/paste to the HP template. That way I have permanent record. Most of the photos I use are my own, which are also stored on my computer's hard drive. As I write in Word, I make a note directly on the copy as to which photo(s) I use and where. Same with links to videos.
Just noticed/remembered another option (having seen it on my screenshot). OneNote Webclipper. OneNote is free and you can get the app to clip pages.
Yes Shauna it’s good to do this way but
Many times I save it sometimes I just scribble on a paper with pen
Make notes and write directly on HP
So wanted to download it
BevG helped out and now I have saved them all as pdf through opera
Awesome! Bev always offers great insight and help to the community.
Yes, No doubt Bev G is Super Genius
I am not very old here but I found all the community very nice and helpful always
Not at all... mistakes have been made in the past. Put it down to bitter experience.
This is a good idea. I also would love to save my articles.
All lost over 50 articles in the now defunct channels.cc a few years ago when it went under.
Just save the webpage. From the menu, File - Save Page As. If you want the photos to save too, scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page before saving. Photos only load as you scroll down the page, so if you save without doing that, you'll get blank spaces if you try to reload your articles.
When I was still on Squidoo I saved my articles as a webpage. Then when they moved over to HP they changed because HP didn't support some of the Squidoo features. I lost a lot of info. From there on I copy my entire page, paste it in word and safe it as a word.doc.
I make a map on my pc for each of my hubs and put in the word.doc and all the photos I've used in that hub. I hardly ever use photos that are not mine. If I change something in my hub I just copy and paste it again.
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