Bitrix24 backup plugin added


We’ve created a new backup plugin that can be used for free in Backup4all, bringing the total number of currently available plugins to 231. In case you’d like to see the full list, here it is: Backup Plugins

The new backup plugin is for Bitrix24, a business suite with complete tools for management, collaboration, and communication.

What is Bitrix24

Bitrix24 is a unified work space that includes a complete set of business tools into a single interface. Bitrix24 consists of 5 large blocks: communications (chats, video calls, telephony), tasks & projects, CRM (CRM marketing/analytics), contact center and website builder.

All of these otherwise individual tools are conveniently packaged in a single online service, seamlessly integrated with each other, and available via a standard browser version, desktop app, or mobile app.

How to backup and restore Bitrix24 using the Backup4all plugin

First of all, how does the new backup plugin help? The plugin will help you back-up Bitrix24’s stored user data (i.e. configuration), local files and registry entries, so that if you reinstall the program or migrate it to a different computer you’ll be able to restore its settings and files with Backup4all.

Basically you won’t have to figure out which files you need to move/copy when you reinstall Bitrix24, as the plugin will automatically select the correct files as source for the backup.

In order to backup Bitrix24, you have to follow these steps:

  1. Download and install the backup plugin here: Bitrix24 backup plugin
  2. After you installed the plugin in Backup4all, define a backup job for Bitrix24.
  3. Press Save and run the backup.

If you don’t know exactly how to install plugins or want to read how to restore the Bitrix24 files after a fresh system installation read more here: Bitrix24 backup plugin details


Is there an application you use that we don’t have a backup plugin for? We’re always adding new backup plugins so feel free to let us know the name of the application and we’ll create a backup plugin for it.

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