There are different ways to keep several versions of your files on your backup storage. Firstly, in the profile under Versioning, you can specify to keep a number of
older versions for each file. Each file will be versioned independently, and the Restore Wizard can restore your newest data, or restore according to a specified target date in the past.
However, some customers prefer to have 5 to 7 complete and independent copies of their data. To achieve this, you can use the variable $WEEKDAY in the destination path. In that case, you would not use anything from the Versioning tab sheet.
This will keep seven days of complete folder copies, if the profile runs on every day of the week. It will cause your backup folders to be named Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, etc. and the next week’s backup is simply going to re-use the same folder from the week before.
For example, your destination path could be like this:
Use Exact Mirror Mode to make sure that the backup is always identical even though the folder is re-used. Under Safety->Unattended Mode, allow file deletions as well as overwriting newer files with older ones (which will hardly ever be necessary, but should be chosen).
See also: Variables to use in your sync paths