About FTP and Evernote
FTP, full name is File Transfer Protocol. It is a standard Internet protocol for transmitting files between computers on the Internet. People also use FTP to upload files to their own cloud server. Building a FTP server is easy and transferring speed via FTP is very high.
Evernote, can be said as a digital notebook, capturing your ideas. It supports many files types. It is able to sync your notes on any device.
Why FTP to Evernote?
Transferring files from FTP to Evernote is like the exchange of information, which is a common thing during our life. After moving files from FTP to Evernote, we can re-edit it. For example, transfer html file, videos, pictures from FTP to Evernote, we can integrate them as an end product, a great presentation document, etc.
How to copy FTP to Evernote?
Traditionally, we can’t copy FTP to Evernote directly since they are two different services. Think differently, how can we link FTP to Evernote or combine them together? Luckily, this isn’t a dream any more. MultCloud in this article realizes this!
MultCloud is a multiple cloud storage manager, supporting FTP and Evernote as well as other cloud services. MultCloud puts FTP and Evernote in one place so that you can sync, transfer files across them like between two folders in Windows explorer.
Clouds supported by MultCloud are: Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, Amazon S3, Amazon Cloud Drive, SugarSync, Alfresco, hubiC, OneDrive, MEGA, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, HiDrive, MySQL, Flickr, MediaFire, ownCloud, ADrive, BaiDu and WebDav.
Now that MultCloud is a web app, you should log in it from its official website then add FTP and Evernote into it. All data in cloud can be displayed in MultCloud’s window. Right click and select “Copy” in FTP, then “paste” in Evernote can move the file. The transmission is bidirectional. MultCloud even supports previewing photos and documents in clouds.
If you want to switch FTP to Evernote in MultCloud, just click its name on the left side. MultCloud is free and gives you 2TB traffic at first. Upgrading to 10TB is also free and simply. All in all, MultCloud is safe to use, it won’t record your data. You can also read: FTP to MEGA. Backup Evernote to Dropbox.