You can automatically backup your published posts as markdown files to a public or private repository on GitHub. Backups are also updated automatically upon any edit or delete change.
Here is how to set up automatic GitHub backups on your blog:
Create a new repository on GitHub to store your articles, probably named hashnode-backups or articles.
Log in to your Hashnode account.
Click on your profile picture at the bottom-left corner of the page on desktop screen or top-right corner on mobile screen.
- Click on the Blog Dashboard option from the popup modal to access your blog's dashboard.
- Navigate to BACKUP and click the Hashnode GitHub App link provided to install the Hashnode GitHub App in the repository you created.
- Select "one repository" (the repository you created) and click on Save.
- Upon successful installation, we will automatically backup your published articles to the created repository and update them upon any change.