Why copy from OneDrive to Google Drive?
OneDrive, previously SkyDrive, is a file hosting service that allows users to sync files and later access them from a web browser or mobile device. OneDrive is included in the suite of online services formerly known as Windows Live. OneDrive provides paid storage and free storage for different users. Nevertheless, free OneDrive storage decreased from 15 GB to 5 GB on 31 January 2016, which turns to be one of the reasons that users transfer from OneDrive to Google Drive that still offering 15 GB storage.
It is also possible that you want to copy files from OneDrive to Google Drive out of other reasons. It is not uncommon that one holds more than two Cloud accounts to store mass data, for example, he has another cloud account Dropbox apart from Google Drive and OneDrive. By the way, it may easier than you think to manage multiple Dropbox, OneDrive, and Google Drive accounts at the same time. Anyway, to migrate from OneDrive to Google Drive, finding the right way will bring you twice the results with half the effort.
How to copy files from OneDrive to Google Drive?
There is one simple way to move files from OneDrive to Google Drive yet which comes with the risk of consuming lots of time. You can directly download files to local hard drive from OneDrive and upload them to Google Drive. If the files you plan to transfer are pretty less, you can complete copying files with this method. If the files hold large size and the network speed of your PC is not that fast, you might as well choose another solution.
Alternatively, you can use multiple clouds service manager MultCloud to transfer data from OneDrive to Google Drive. It is totally free for you to manage all your clouds drives. MultCloud helps you bring all cloud drives into one interface and let you manage files between them more visualized. Sign up with several clicks to copy data from OneDrive to Google Drive now.
Send files from OneDrive to Google Drive with MultCloud
Step1. Sign up with one of your emails, desire username and password to create one MultCloud account.
Step2. Log in and click on Add Cloud Drives in the top-left corner. Select OneDrive icon.
Step3. Edit the Display Name and click on Add OneDrive Account. By clicking this, you are authorizing MultCloud to access your OneDrive data. With OAuth system, there is no username and password required.
Step4. Add Google Drive account to MultCloud by repeating above steps. Now, you will see two different Cloud drives in one interface. Select all files you want to copy in OneDrive and right-click your mouse, select Copy to.
Step5. Pitch on Google Drive, click on Transfer, and then you made it.
In conclusion, you are able to copy everything from OneDrive to Google Drive in five steps with the help of MultCloud. Actually, as you can see from the snapshots, you can manager files between many different accounts among same or different cloud services. For instance, you can transfer all Google Drive files from one account to another, sync files between OneDrive and Google Drive. Or, you can just link Dropbox to Google Drive for better data management. Sign up to find more features.
*Update: Nowadays, you can sync cloud drive in MultCloud's Cloud Sync service.
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