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  1. Create your research library in Koofr with Papership and Zotero

    Establishing a connection between Koofr, Zotero and Papership can help you simply store your research in your Koofr account. Create your own research library and take advantage of the synergy between these three applications. Read and annotate your papers on the go and enhance your productivity.

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  2. Celebrate #WorldProductivityDay with Koofr

    Defying procrastination and boosting your productivity can help you reach goals you thought were impossible to reach before. On World Productivity Day we celebrate being productive or striving to be productive. We want to give you some tips on how Koofr can help you achieve that.

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  3. Restore your WordPress backup from Koofr with UpdraftPlus Plugin

    If you are a website owner you know that it is important to do regular backups of your website. What is equally as important is, that you can simply and effectively restore them. You don’t want to end up without your website if disaster hits. Easily restore your WordPress website backup from your Koofr account with UpdraftPlus plugin and WebDAV protocol.

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  4. Organize your account with Koofr EXP

    Are you trying to analyze the content of your Koofr account and you don't know how to do it? Do you want to have the information on the storage usage and the number of files in inside your Koofr account handy? Maybe you'd like to remove the duplicate files and gain back some space? Read on and start using Koofr EXP.

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  5. How to backup media files from your Android device to Koofr

    Do you have tons of photos on your Android device? Do you want to free some space? Or do you just like to have everything safe and backed up in the cloud? Regularly backing up photos from your Android devices to Koofr is simple and hassle-free. We have assembled a guide to get you started in no time.

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  6. Backup your WordPress website to Koofr with UpdraftPlus Plugin via WebDAV

    If you are a WordPress website owner you know that regular backups are essential. You don't ever want to lose your content. Read on and find out how you can use WebDAV protocol to create a backup of your website and send it to your Koofr account using UpdraftPlus plugin.

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  7. Quickly save anything to Koofr in Microsoft Edge browser

    Do you know how to save pictures, text, files and more with one simple click while you browse? Learn more about our cool Save to Koofr extension which can do that for you, now also in Microsoft Edge browser.

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  8. Remove the digital clutter & protect your privacy

    Do you use strong passwords and a password manager? Did you already turn on 2FA on all your accounts? You might be asking yourself what else you can do to protect yourself and your data at this point. The answer lies in becoming a digital minimalist. Remove the digital clutter from your accounts and devices and protect your privacy with our help.

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  9. #WorldBookDay Celebration

    23rd of April is World Book and Copyright Day. People globally are quarantined at the moment and books are one of the only ways to travel, even though only in imagination. They are a powerful way to combat isolation while stimulating our minds and many of them are finally entering the public domain. Learn about what that means and read more this year.

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  10. How to backup your Joplin notes to Koofr

    If you are looking for a free, open-source note-taking application which you can backup to your Koofr account, look no further. Joplin app lets you write, edit, tag your notes and more and uses the Markdown format. But the best thing is, you can easily back your notes up to Koofr with the help of the WebDAV protocol. Follow the steps below to set it up.

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