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Look in Tools->Options. In left pane select Load/Save->General. Right pane - Save options. Save documents will be placed in location specified in (left pane) LibreOffice->Paths and shown in right pane under Types -> Backups.

Look in Tools->Options. In left pane select Load/Save->General. Right pane - Save options. Save documents will be placed in location specified in (left pane) LibreOffice->Paths and shown in right pane under Types -> Backups.

UPDATE: Although I don't fully understand your comments (and it appears you are yelling with all the capital letters), and since the isn't ANY software in the world which does all things for all users, forums like this try to help users by providing alternatives. In your particular case there is another possible solution. Here you will find a macro which saves a document with a timestamped copy in a directory of your choice. Since it is not automatic (attached to a button), you could extend the macro with a timing loop to automatically save documents every xxx amount of time. This would provide you with the automated backups.