Hyperbackup now backs up its own settings

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Hyperbackup now backs up its own settings

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Hyperbackup now lists itself (and Hyperbackup Vault) in the list of apps whose settings it can back up.
This is new; it didn't used to do that. This new feature was added in version 2.2.1-1110 earlier this month.

By default, though, it DOESN'T back itself up - you have to go in and check the box.

So if you have an existing Hyperbackup task that backs up the configurations of your apps, it probably makes sense to go in and manually add Hyperbackup and Hyperbackup Vault to the apps whose configurations it backs up.
 

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