How to setup a Dropbox backup
Setting up Dropbox integration
Dropbox integration allows you to do more with your articles in Read later and Boards, automatically backing them up in PDF or HTML format to your Dropbox account. Articles in your Dropbox become a permanent, searchable record of the knowledge you've saved on Feedly, even if the original article changes, you'll still have a back up. Once you've set up integration with Dropbox, the integration works on its own, in the background, automatically saving copies of all your articles you add to Read Later and Boards. It also creates a backup of your Feedly sources (in OPML format), making it easy for you to transport that data anywhere you wish.
Setting up Dropbox integration for the first time:
Navigate to the Integrations page in Feedly: https://feedly.com/i/account/integrations and click Connect to Dropbox.
You will be prompted to log into your Dropbox account.
Click Allow to give Feedly the access to the folder for backing up.
Next, choose, a format for saved files: PDF or HTML
Feedly will begin to save copies of your current saved and tagged article in Dropbox; depending on how many you have, this process could take anywhere from a few minutes to a few hours
Once activated, Feedly will save new articles in your Read later and Boards automatically, in real-time.
You can find your backup in the Dropbox Apps > Feedly Vault folder.