Backup Google Drive automatically is important
Nowadays, more and more people store data such as photos, files on Google Drive. Because Google Drive allows you to store any data. It provides you free 15GB volume to store photos, stories, design draft, voice, videos, etc. With Google Drive, you can access and use your files on any smartphone, pad, or computer at any time and any where. You can invite your friends to view, download, and assist you to deal with your files through Google Drive instead of sending lots of emails...
However, that also is why you need to backup Google Drive. No body can ensure that the data on the Google Drive is 100% safe forever. But backing up Google Drive can be an effective way to protect data safe no matter what unexpected things happen - You can restore data as only as you backed up before. However, large of Google Drive users will change data frequently, once you forget to backup data manually, it may make a big influence. So it is important to backup Google Drive automatically. Even you forget to backup Google Drive, it will execute the task automatically once the time is up.
Google Drive backup tool
Speaking of backup Google drive automatically, you may need a Google Drive backup tool, which we highly recommend MultCloud. MultCloud is a free app for sync, transfer, backup and manage files across cloud drives including Google Drive, G Suite, Dropbox, Dropbox for business, OneDrive, OneDrive for business, MEGA, Amazon Cloud Drive, AmasonS3, Box, FTP, MySQL, pCloud, Mediafire, SugarSync, Egnyte, ADrive, Hidrive, Yandex, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, etc. With MultCloud, schedule automatically Google Drive backups should become so easy.
How to backup Google Drive automatically?
You may urgent want to know how to use MultCloud to automatic backup Google Drive. Easy, here we will show you the detailed operation steps immediately.
1. First, you need to get into the official site of MultCloud, click Create an account. In the pop up page, type in the information to sign up.
*You may need to get into your email to active your account.
2. After that, sign in to your MultCloud. Here you can add all your cloud drives accounts. Here we add Google Drive first. Click Add Cloud Drives -> Google Drive -> Next.
The steps of how to use MultCloud to transfer files from Google Drive to OneDrive:
1. First, you need a MultCloud account. Click Sign up in the official site. If you have MultCloud account already, click Sign in to log in. When you get into the sign up window, type in the information that needed to create your MultCloud account.
* You need to check your email sending from MultCloud for activating your account.
2. After activate your account, you can add all your cloud drives to MultCloud. Here we click Add Cloud Drives -> Google Drive to add your Google Drive account to MultCloud.
3. Then, you will move to the page where you can click Add Google Drive Account to add your Google Drive to your MultCloud. It will automatic skip to the page that where you can sign in to your Google Drive account and get the permission to MultCloud.
4. After that, you need to use the same way to add other could drives that where you can backup Google Drive to. Here we backup Google Drive to OneDrive as an example.
5. Click Cloud Transfer. Here you need to choose files or folders on your Google Drive as the source directory, and choose the cloud drive where you want to backup to as the destination directory.
6. After choosing the source and destination directories, you can click Schedule option to setup a schedule automatic backup Google Drive for Once, Daily, Weekly, Monthly.
*You need to upgrade to subscriber to unlock scheduling automatic cloud to cloud transfer/sync. It is cost effective for its great features.
7. After setup the schedule type, you can click Save Schedule -> Transfer Now. After the transaction, you’ll have a Google Drive backup on the OneDrive.
Apart from those users who would like to backup Google Drive to other cloud drives, many users want to backup Google Drive to external hard drive, which is also a good idea to protect data safe on Google Drive.