Google Docs + Dropbox: possible now!
File synchronization across multiple cloud services is a great way to back up important documents. Originally, if you wanna make a Google Docs and Dropbox integration to sync data between them, you either have to pay for a service or remember to download then upload files regularly. But now, MultCloud comes out, with which you can easily combine cloud storage into one for better online sync.
As the name indicates, MultCloud is designed for centralized management of multiple cloud services. It supports:
Dropbox, Evernote, Flickr, Amazon Cloud Drive, Amazon S3, WebDav, Google Drive, Box, SugarSync, OneDrive, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, Hidrive, BaiDu, MediaFire, ownCloud, Alfresco, ADrive, Hubic, MySQL, MEGA and FTP/SFTP.
Meanwhile, connecting several accounts of the same provider is also achievable such as combine Evernote accounts. Since it’s a web-based tool, you don’t have to install extra software on tablets or mobile phones. Every operation can be done directly from the web page as along as there’s network.
How to backup Google Docs to Dropbox via MultCloud
Above all, you may know that when you create a file in Google Docs, it will be shown in Google Drive by default, too. In other words, Google Docs with Dropbox integration is equal to connecting Google Drive and Dropbox.
Well, For Google Chrome browser users, you’re recommended to install the extension of MultCloud so that when you visit Google Drive next time, it’s possible to transfer files directly from its website.
Click “TRANSFER TO CLOUD”. The page will skip to MultCloud and you need to log in first.
Then, if your Google Drive has not been added to MultCloud yet, you’ll be requested for permission automatically.
Afterwards, a pop-up window will ask for your selection. (Don’t forget to add Dropbox in MultCloud.)
Click “OK” and choose Dropbox as the destination. Run the task.
Tips: MultCloud offers schedule backup as well. More transfer settings please view “Option”. Plus, if you want to sync only Google Docs files from Google Drive to Dropbox, you can also go to “File Manager” tab to explore more.
Now you can use Cloud Sync Service since 4.0 version.