Go to mysms settings on your phone or the web app and click on "Dropbox, GDrive, Evernote, Email".
Connect your mysms account with the cloud service you like or choose to export your SMS text messages.
Depending on what you selected, all new messages will be forwarded to your preferred cloud service or a file of your entire SMS inbox will be created.
For Google Drive extension: Install this HTML viewer to view your text archive in Google Drive.
All plugins serve as an additional SMS storage. It is not possible to restore your texts back from your cloud service to mysms.
SMS archiving at its best. Forward your texts to the cloud service of your choice to save them independently from your smartphone.
Dropbox is a file-hosting service that offers cloud storage. When you enable this integration in mysms, you will find your incoming and outgoing texts in your mysms folder (“Apps/mysms”) in your Dropbox. Browse through your texts whenever you feel like it.
Evernote is a cloud-based note-taking service. By connecting your mysms account with Evernote, you can manage and search your text messages. All new messages that reach or leave your phone will also be saved to your mysms notebook in Evernote.
Google Drive is a file storage and synchronization service of Google. By using the Google Drive extension, you will never lose a message again. Once connected, all new conversations will be archived to your mysms folder on your Google Drive.
The email integration allows you to manage all your text messages in your email account. You will find all incoming and outgoing texts as a separate email.
All you need to do is entering your email address in the mysms settings.
The SMS export plugin is a great way to secure your messages. It creates a .CSV file with all your existing text messages that are saved in the mysms cloud.