Backing up your WhatsApp data is an important task to ensure that you don’t lose any of your chats, photos, documents, or other important information. Fortunately, WhatsApp makes it easy to back up and store your data in Google Drive. All you need is a Google account and the Google Drive app installed on your phone.
Once you have the necessary accounts and apps set up, open WhatsApp and select the Settings tab. Select Chats, then scroll down and select Chat Backup.
You will then be given the option to create a backup of your chats. Select this option and follow the instructions provided.
Once the backup has been created, it will be stored in Google Drive. To access it, open the Google Drive app on your phone and select My Drive.
You will see a list of all of the files stored in your Drive account. Scroll through this list until you find a folder labeled “WhatsApp Backup” – this is where all of your WhatsApp backups are kept.
If you want to make sure that no previous backups are overwritten with new ones, tap on the folder to open it and then select the three dots in the upper-right corner of the page. From here, you can select “Create copy” or “Download” to save a copy of the backup elsewhere.
Google Drive makes it easy to keep all of your important data safe with automatic backups that are stored securely online. With just a few taps, you can quickly find where your WhatsApp backup is stored in Google Drive so you can access it whenever you need it.
Finding where your WhatsApp backup is stored in Google Drive is easy – simply open the Google Drive app on your phone and scroll through until you find a folder labeled “WhatsApp Backup”. From here, you can create copies or download backups as needed for safekeeping.