Can I Copy from OneDrive to Dropbox with Ease?
Frankly speaking, the traditional way to copy files from OneDrive to Dropbox is as complicated as you can imagine since you have to download files from OneDrive and then upload files to Dropbox. The time and effort it takes all depend on the internet transfer speed of yours.
However, by using MultCloud to easily move files from OneDrive to Dropbox, you will obtain a wonderful experience. You are allowed to copy OneDrive to Dropbox through MultCloud at once without any downloading and uploading.
And there’s nothing for you to worry about the transfer speed, because the process of copying is totally run by the background program of MultCloud but not your internet.
How to Copy from OneDrive to Dropbox through MultCloud
As a third-party free cloud file manager, MultCloud can help you integrate more than 30 cloud drive services into one place such as Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox, Mega, Flickr, etc.
You can manage across multiple clouds through MultCloud by the distinctive functions like Cloud Transfer, Cloud Sync, Remote Upload, Public and Private Sharing or some basic functions like upload, download, copy, paste, cut, delete, rename, preview, share, etc.
- Preparation: Add OneDrive and Dropbox to MultCloud
Adding cloud drives to MultCloud is the foundation before managing your clouds through it. Don’t hesitate, MultCloud uses OAuth authorization system which enables third-party applications like MultCloud to build up a connection to cloud services without your username and password. And the system is supported by major cloud storage services like Google Drive, SkyDrive, Dropbox, etc.
All you have to do is to sign up MultCloud and add the clouds with which you want to perform better management with to MultCloud.
Now, we will show you how to move files from OneDrive to Dropbox via 3 different features provided by MultCloud.
Method 1: Copy from OneDrive to Dropbox by "Copy" or "Copy to"
This method is suitable for you to transfer files from OneDrive to Dropbox without any switching action.
Step 1: Open OneDrive in MultCloud. Tick the boxes in front of the files and folders which you want to copy.
Step 2: Click “Copy to” or “Copy” in the feature bar above or in the pop-up menu after right-clicking.
Step 3.1: If you choose “Copy to”, then select the destination of your copied files or folders in the pop-up window. You can click “Multi-select” to copy to more than one destination at once.
Step 3.2: If you choose “Copy”, then move to Dropbox by clicking the Dropbox icon under “My Cloud Drives” on the left. Click “Paste” in the feature bar above. You can also right-click in Dropbox and choose “Paste” in the pop-up menu.
Tips: MultCloud will show you a pop-up window in the lower right corner to inform you the detailed progress of the copying task.
Method 2: Copy from OneDrive to Dropbox by “Cloud Transfer”
This is the most unique and flexible feature provided by MultCloud which allows you to copy files and folders from OneDrive to Dropbox or straightly copy the whole account of OneDrive to Dropbox so as to backup OneDrive to Dropbox.
Step 1: Click “Cloud Transfer” under the “Common Tools” list.
Step 2: Click the left square.
Step 3: Tick the boxes in front of the clouds, folders or files you want to copy from OneDrive in the “Please Select” window. Then click “OK”.
Step 4: Click the right square to select the destination in Dropbox and then click “OK” in the “Please Select” window.
Step 5: Click the purple button “Transfer Now” in the lower right corner. Then the transfer task will be done by the background program of MultCloud. You can choose whether to shut down the browser or to complete other operations.
1. You can let MultCloud send an email notification to you when the transfer task is completed.
2. You can click “Task List” under the “Common Tools” list to look over the detail of the transfer task.
3. You can click “Schedule” below the left square to set daily, weekly or monthly copying task instead of copying OneDrive to Dropbox immediately.
4. You can click “Options” below the left square to better manage the source files such as deleting all source files after transfer is completed.
Method 3: Copy Files from OneDrive to Dropbox by “Drag and Drop”
If you think the methods given above are not intuitive enough, you can switch to the classic version of MultCloud in the lower left of MultCloud interface. In this way you can easily copy files from OneDrive to Dropbox by “Drag and Drop” instead of some selections.
Step 1: Click “Switch to classic MultCloud” in the lower left corner.
Step 2: Select the files or folders you want to copy from OneDrive.
Step 3: Hold on and move the files to Dropbox icon in the cloud drive list. Then the copying task is done.
How to Copy from OneDrive to Dropbox through Traditional Way
Apart from using MultCloud to migrate OneDrive to Dropbox, the only way to achieve this may need you to first download the files you want to copy from OneDrive, then upload those files to Dropbox. If the internet of your device is not quick enough, the process of copying may take lots of time.
Step 1: Open and sign in OneDrive in your browser.
Step 2: Right-click the files or folders you want to copy.
Step 3: Click “Download” in the pop-up menu.
Step 4: Open and log in Dropbox in another browser window.
Step 5: Click “Upload files” or “Upload folder” and locate the files from the pop-up window to upload to Dropbox.
MultCloud, as a remarkable web-based service, can not only help you to copy from OneDrive to Dropbox, but can also combine OneDrive, Dropbox, Google Drive and many other cloud drive services altogether for better cloud management.
In addition to the excellent function “Cloud Transfer” mentioned above, MultCloud provides you with another two unique functions like "Cloud Sync" and “Remote Upload”.
To be specific, Cloud Sync can help you back up data between multiple clouds in order to prevent accidental data loss or damage. And you can remote upload to OneDrive easily to parse the contents from Links, Torrents or Magnets and upload them to the corresponding clouds. This is more suitable for those who only own the online link of the file but actually don’t store the files in their devices.