It’s easy to forget that, at the core, books are just books.
As such, you can never completely eradicate them from your life.
Even if you can find a few places where you can store your books, you may have to delete them and/or have them stored offline for up to a week.
This is why some people have found the best way to keep their books safe is to set an automated book backup account.
A book backup is a secure, automated way to securely store your online books, such as an electronic copy of your book, or a hard copy, and to manage the files.
It’s simple to set-up, and it can also be used for personal storage.
It takes just a few steps to set it up, and can be done in a matter of minutes.
How to do it When you open an account, it will create a new password.
It will also create an account for you.
It is then easy to create an automated backup for your book(s) by selecting “Set up automatic book backup”.
Then, in the account settings, click “Manage”.
A new window will open with a list of the books you want to keep safe.
Select your book and you can check the boxes next to “Allow me to keep this book online”, “Allow this book to be stored offline” and “Allow any files to be deleted”.
A confirmation message will pop-up and ask you if you want a password reset.
Once you confirm the password, the automatic book backups will begin to sync.
You will be asked to set a password for the account.
You will see an account name and an account password field.
Clicking “OK” will prompt you to confirm the terms and conditions for your account.
The terms and terms will give you instructions on how to set things up.
Once all the terms have been followed, you will be able to set the backup up.
When you set up the backup, it won’t automatically delete your books.
It may take up to an hour to sync your books to the account, so make sure to check the backup regularly.
For more on book backups, you might want to read our article How to use a password manager.
You can also find out how to backup books with a free trial from the Federal Government’s website, or by contacting your local Library and Archives Australia.