You can use both Automatic Backups and History Logs to create complete copies of your Calendar. If you use both of these features together, they are a powerful way to copy and protect both current and past Calendar data. Either Automatic Backups or History Logs can be imported into a blank Calendar in your account.

Note: If you do not import your backup data into a blank Calendar, it will overwrite all of the current data in the Calendar you are importing to.

Restoring a Calendar using Automatic Backups

Like History Logs, Automatic Backups are automatically generated but you can click on the “Create New Backup” button on the “Automatic Backups” screen to immediately generate a new backup file for your calendar. On the “Automatic Backups” screen there will be a drop-down menu that you can use to select which calendar backup file you want to use to restore your calendar to. First, you'll need to get to the "Automatic Backups" screen. Follow the steps in the image below:

Once you click on the blue “Automatic Backups” link, you will be taken to the “Automatic Backups” screen. On this screen, you will be shown a drop-down menu that lists your current Calendar Backups that you can choose from. Follow the steps in the image below:

Restoring a Calendar using History Logs

In order to restore your Calendar using History Logs, you will first need to export your History Logs. When you are exporting, you can choose the date range of Events and Day Note data that you want to export. After you have the export file, you can then import your Calendar.

Restoring a Calendar using "Recover specific data"

If you want to recover only select Day Notes or Events that were deleted, you can use the "Recover specific data" screen. On this screen, there will be a checkbox for all of the entries that were deleted and you can choose to select some or all to restore to your calendar: