Google Drive cloud transfer means to transfer files from Google Drive to another cloud storage or migrate data from other cloud(s) to GDrive. Users need to do so mainly for the following reasons:
They want to switch cloud storage.
They are going to share information with each other.
Source cloud drive is full while destination cloud has much free space.
They need a better cloud management. For example, store certain kind of files in certain cloud account.
Anyway, cloud to cloud movement is necessary.
How to Do Cloud Transfer for Google Drive?
As GD users, most of you know that there is no such function in Google official app – Backup and Sync. Therefore, you have to ask help for third party software. There are not few cloud transfer programs in the market for us to choose from. Among them, the professional and reliable MultCloud is recommended, which has been released for about 6 years and has gain great popularity all over the world.
Below is the step-by-step guidance to teach you how to transfer Google Drive files.
Step 1. Create MultCloud Account for Free
MultCloud is a web-based service. Thus, to make use of it, first of all, you should sign up to become its user.
Step 2. Add Google and other cloud Accounts to MultCloud
Then, after signing into MultCloud platform, select “Add Clouds” on the top and choose target cloud brand that you are going to add account. The whole process is easy and fast.
Tips: Please add other cloud account(s) in the same way.
Step 3. Cloud Transfer between Google Drive and Other Clouds
Click “Cloud Transfer” tab. In the next screen, specify source and destination cloud or cloud directories. Finally, click “Transfer Now”.
Tips: MultCloud supports to migrate multiple source clouds to one destination.
More about Cloud Transfer for Google Drive
As you can see from above cloud transfer screen, there are “Options”, “Schedule” and “Task #” three settings on the lower left.
Options: You can do advanced settings here. For example, choose whether to delete all source files after transferring is completed.
Schedule: Set a schedule to automatically carry out this task in the future for once, daily, weekly or monthly.