EasyBooks makes its own backups when there is a chance of your data being lost. These automatic backups are intended for
To restore from an automatic backup, you first need to locate it. The location depends on whether you are running EasyBooks on a Mac or iOS. On the Mac, it further depends on which edition you are running; i.e. the Mac App Store or the Website.
Use the menu bar at the top of the screen and click EasyBooks > About EasyBooks to display information about the app. Find out whether you are running the Website edition or the Mac App Store edition.
The website edition stores its backup files in your Documents folder under the
If you downloaded the app from the Mac App Store, the location is not directly accessible from Finder as the app is sandboxed and is only able to store files in its own container.
Open Finder, then click the menubar option Go > Go to
You should see a list of folders that look a little like web addresses. You should see the name of the app, probably at or near the bottom, starting
You should see a folder with the name of the app, and under
Connect the iPhone or iPad to a computer running iTunes.
Once you have found the most recent backup, you can open it in EasyBooks. The easiest way to do this is to move the file onto your iOS device using iCloud Drive, AirDrop, Dropbox or by sending it to yourself in an email. Once you can view the file on iOS, choose the option to open it in EasyBooks.