Synchronize/backup your recipes with Dropbox 103


3.4 version introduces the Dropbox synchronization.

Dropbox is a file hosting service that allows to synchronize folders between several devices.

Linking MyCookBook to your Dropbox allows you to backup your recipes, to synchronize recipes between different devices, and to access your last 100 backup !

You only need to create a free Dropbox account to use the feature.

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In the action bar, select dropbox in the dropdown list.

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You access the dropbox website and you can login to an existing account.

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Or you need to create a free account.

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Grant My CookBook to access the MyCookBook folder of your Dropbox

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Import recipes or shopping lists

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Export recipes or shopping lists

Once My CookBook is linked to your Dropbox account you can see your files on your dropbox account.
The export button in the action bar will save all your recipes into your Dropbox.
If you select a file, the import button will allow your to import your file.

 


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103 thoughts on “Synchronize/backup your recipes with Dropbox

  • Reply
    Michell Franklin

    In the future would you consider adding a category called Notes or something like that where we can import little memos about food related topics ie measurements, substitutions for ingredients, history of a food topic etc. I just read about why cranberry cans are upside down that I’d love to save. I tried to import the list of substitutions thinking it might put it into the list under ingredients but it didnt work. I love this app and would love for it to have it be my 1 stop food library.

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    Wendy

    I have my recipies saved in my dropbox now…but i cant seem to import ir export the to my cookbook??
    Can tpu advise