Gah, nasty. Sorry you experienced this.
The easiest would be if you had some sort of backup, like Time Machine. You could restore the data from yesterday.
If you don’t have any backup, and don’t have too much data, you could use a tool we have for getting back data. The problem there is that it is probably a note at a time.
It is certainly worth making a copy of the Dropbox folder for Agenda. I think we will be able to get your back one way or the other, but make sure you backup that cloud data.
Also make a backup of the local data. You can find it like this on a Mac:
- Quit Agenda
- Click on Finder
- Choose Go > Go to Folder
- Find the folder com.momenta.agenda.macos, select it, choose Edit > Copy, and go somewhere else (eg Desktop) and choose Edit > Paste
Here is how you can use the tool:
- Quit Agenda
- Run the LibraryReverter tool you can download from https://downloads.agenda.com/LibraryReverter.zip
- Navigate to, and select, this folder:
There is a single space after “Group”, but no other spaces.
(If you can’t find it, use CMD-SHIFT-G and copy the whole file path in.)
- Select the project in the list you wish to restore content for
- Select either a specific note or all notes for that project
- Select the time from which you want to restore any deleted content or notes (this means anything deleted after the time you select should reappear)
- Click on restore
- Launch Agenda. The deleted content should appear again (this can take up to 30s). It’s possible some notes will be in the Trash, if you moved them there before deleting them completely.
Please note that all we can do is undelete any paragraphs and notes, which means some data may appear that was originally deleted on purpose. For example, if I first delete a few paragraphs in a note, then add a new line. When I now restore using this tool you will see all of the paragraphs reappear. This can mean that you might have to do some cleanup and editing to get the note all back in the right shape. But at least the content should be back.