Dropbox migration refers to Dropbox files/folders migration. It can be migrating in (migrate data from other locations to Dropbox cloud) or migrating out (move files from Dropbox storage to other spaces.
As for migration between Dropbox drive and local storages, the official Microsoft Dropbox app can achieve that. Yet, when it comes to movement among Dropbox and other cloud drives, the nested Dropbox migration assistant can’t help anymore. At this moment, the third party cloud migration tool (e.g. MultCloud) should be adopted.
How to Migrate Dropbox with Other Clouds?
Continue with above information, here, we would like to take MultCloud for example to show you how to carry out Dropbox migrating.
Step 1. Create MultCloud Account for Free
MultCloud is a web-based multiple cloud storage manager. Therefore, you only need to sign up for its services before making use of it.
Step 2. Add Dropbox Etc. Clouds to MultCloud
Click “Add Clouds” option on the banner menu, select the cloud brand you are going to add, then just do as the guide indicates you.
After successfully add Dropbox to MultCloud platform, it will direct you to “Cloud Explorer” tab. There, you can see all the cloud drives you have added and manage their contents just like in Windows Explorer. And, just go on and add other needed cloud accounts to MultCloud.
Step 3. Dropbox Migration Cases
Next, enter “Cloud Transfer” screen, specify source and destination cloud drives, and click “Transfer Now”. It is just so easy!
Dropbox Migration Advanced Settings
There is a “Option” entrance on the lower left in Cloud Transfer screen. Click on it and a window will pop-up. In the window, you can do further setups. You can decide whether to delete source files after transferring; you can order email notification of task result; and you can also filter certain kinds of files to be or not to be transferred according to their filename extensions.
There also is a “Schedule” setting. It makes it available to automatically carry out this migration once, daily, weekly or monthly in the future.
And, task name is editable.
Last key tips: MultCloud enables you add multiple source clouds in one transfer task. Thus, you can migrate multiple clouds simultaneously. Yet, currently, the destination can only be one cloud.