MultCloud is a web-based app which enables users to schedule automatic cloud file transfer from one cloud to another just by setting up a transfer task. Therefore, it can be very easy to manage automatic backup between clouds or periodic sync between clouds. And data transfer in MultCloud won’t require any local computer resources or bandwidth, because the transfer process runs on the server of MultCloud, and it will NOT store users’ file permanently. When the transfer of data is complete, the data will be deleted from MultCloud database. To get more details about this, please click Here
For multiple cloud users, when they need to transfer data between multiple cloud services, they have to download the data from one cloud and then re-upload it to another cloud. It could be more annoying for the users who need to transfer, sync or backup data between multiple cloud services regularly. However, MultCloud has enabled users to schedule automatic backup between clouds. For instance, if you want to sync Google Drive with Dropbox at a regular interval, you can simply set up a scheduled cloud transfer between these two cloud services to make it.
Use your preferred E-mail to create an account on MultCloud and confirm the registration message sent to your e-mail to log in.
Click on “Add Cloud Drives” and select the cloud storage service you wish to add. For instance, select Dropbox to add connector to MultCloud. Click on “next” to move on.
Click on “allow” to add your cloud storage service connector to MultCloud.
Tips: MultCloud will NOT store users’ file permanently. When the transfer of data is complete, the data will be deleted from MultCloud database.
Click on the tab---”transfer”. Select the cloud services you wish to transfer data between. Click on “Schedule Later” to open the “Schedule” interface to set up scheduled cloud transfer.
On this interface, you can schedule transfer, backup or sync data between clouds at a regular interval. Here we try the tab---”Weekly”, and click on “Save”.
Click on the icon marked in the image below to open the task management interface and you’ll see all your transfer tasks there. You can also take the some steps to sync one cloud with another.
MultCloud supports Dropbox, OwnCloud, WebDAV, Google Drive, MEGA, etc. all almost 30 cloud drives. These clouds are popular and safe cloud storages which gain large number of users all over the world.