hassio-dropbox-sync - Back up your Hass.io snapshots and other local files to Dropbox

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Back up your Hass.io snapshots to Dropbox. This add-on allows you to upload your Hass.io snapshots to your Dropbox, keeping your snapshots safe and available in case of hardware failure. Uploads are triggered via a service call, making it easy to automate periodic backups or trigger uploads to Dropbox via script as you would with any other Home Assistant service.

https://github.com/danielwelch/hassio-dropbox-sync

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