Introducing Rebit 2.3: Magic in the Rebit family

How Do I Free Up Cloud Storage Space in Rebit Endpoint Backup?

As the days pass, you might observe that you do not need some backups anymore. In such situations, clearing them allows you to use your storage much more frugally. In order to free up the cloud storage, you can follow the different ways given below.

Clear unwanted files/folders present in your device

Step 1. Delete the file that is unwanted and backed up using Rebit Endpoint Backup from your PC.

Step 2. Launch the Rebit Backup app and click on the Backups option.

Step 3. Select Trash in the left side navigation bar. [Deleted files/folders are moved to trash]

Step 4. Scroll over the file that you want to delete and click on the 3-dots next to it.

Step 5. Select Delete Permanently from the menu.

If you have multiple files to delete, you can select them all at once and click on the Delete Permanently button at the top. This can help you delete all the unwanted files at once.

Note: You can delete all the old files/folders available in the Trash to make some more space on cloud storage.

Delete the file permanently | Cloud Storage | Rebit SMB

Clear unwanted versions of files

Step 1. Launch the Rebit Backup app on your PC.

Step 2. Click Backups in the app window.

Step 3. Click on the Version History button next to the file you want to delete past versions for.

Click on Version history | Rebit SMB

Step 4. In the Version History window, click on Delete next to the version you wish to delete.

Delete | Rebit SMB

Step 5. Select Yes on the Delete Version confirmation pop-up to confirm the action.

Please ensure you permanently delete the deleted versions from the Trash, as explained before. Similarly, you can delete all the unwanted versions to get more space on cloud storage.