If you’re a frequent user of social media, it’s wise to keep a backup of your data. Archiving your data is beneficial in scenarios like a site shutting down, your account getting compromised, or if you decide to deactivate your accounts. Regularly archiving your data is a smart move, particularly when unforeseen issues arise with your online accounts, leaving you uncertain about the accessibility of your data.
There are several tools that assist in backing up data from multiple sites simultaneously, such as SocialSafe and Backupify. However, if you need to archive just one or two sites, these might not be the ideal choices. Additionally, they do not support backing up your data to your personal cloud storage like Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive, Evernote, or Box.
Whoever uses or develops apps for smart devices would know about IFTTT. For the rest, IFTTT (short for... Read more
If you’re new to IFTTT, it’s an online platform that enables you to create ‘recipes’ (Internet tasks) using triggers and actions. IFTTT stands for: If This, Then That. What makes it standout is its ability to let you customize ‘this’ and ‘that’ with a wide range of channels such as Facebook, RSS, email, Pocket, Evernote, HootSuite, and more.
So, let’s dive in and explore 20 fantastic IFTTT recipes to help you archive your social media data.
Facebook to Box:
Each new Facebook photo you post gets automatically saved to Box.