How to Easily Transfer All My Files From Dropbox to Google Drive? [Solved]
There is no doubt that many people maintain accounts on multiple cloud services to take advantage of the additional free storage. Now, there are times when one may need to transfer some files from one service to another. For example, transfer files between Dropbox and Google Drive.
Dropbox is one of the popular services that can store your files in the cloud. Google Drive obviously makes the most sense if you’re already using Gmail or Google Apps. However, moving files seamlessly between the two can be a somewhat time consuming and arduous task.
The traditional way is downloading files from one service and then re-uploading it again to another service. This process not only taking time, but also end up consuming twice the amount of bandwidth of the files. Now, the good news is, using a multi-cloud management application called MultCloud, these troubles can be solved. MultCloud is a 100% FREE web-based application designed for multiple cloud drives management. Let’s see how to use it easily transferring files between Dropbox and Google Drive.
Adding Accounts to MultCloud
- Visit MultCloud and create a free account. You need to enter your preferred email, username, and password. Then click “Commit”.
- After you have activated your account from your email then sign in MultCloud. You can start to add cloud services.
- Select Dropbox and click “Next” to go to the next step.
- Authorize your Dropbox account by clicking the “Add Dropbox Account” button. Follow the instructions to grant MultCloud access to the account you are connecting to. Then add a Google Drive account in the same way.
Transferring File Between Dropbox and Google Drive
The first method: Checked the target file, dragging it to Dropbox by holding the left mouse button.
The second method: Checked the target file, right-click and select “Copy to”.
In the pop-up window, select Google Drive and click “Transfer”. “Move” is an optional box. If you checked it on, the file will be deleted in the Dropbox after transferring.
The third method: Similar to the second method but not as simple as the second method. Like traditional copy&paste in Windows Explorer. Select the target file in Google Drive, right-click and select “Copy”.
Right-click on whitespace in Dropbox and select “Paste”.
- Be sure to have enough volume to store your files. If you run out of cloud volume, the transfer will fail.
- You should be patient. The size of the files being transferred will affect the time of the transfer.
- Your Internet connection also affects the speed of the transfer.
Besides transferring files, you can preview files before transferring in MultCloud. MultCloud also supports sharing files to Twitter and Facebook. Welcome to use MultCloud and enjoy life.
Note: Or Contact from Google Drive Customer care team for instant help.