Can I connect multiple Google Photos accounts?
A use case: My friends and I own Google Photos accounts that store photos which are synced from our phones and computers. Is there any way that we could connect our accounts together so all of us can see the same photos regardless of who logs in...
Finding an easy method to make Google Photos backup to multiple accounts often seems a problem until the appearance of MultCloud. Now, you’re able to definitely connect multiple Google Photos users and manage photos among them handily through this free tool.
Google Photos backup to multiple accounts via MultCloud
As known, when you get a Google Drive account, you’ll also have access to Google Photos, Google Docs, etc at the same time. Thus, why not connect Google Drive accounts so that you can not only backup Google Photos to different accounts but also sync other documents?
MultCloud, a website app helping you put all cloud services in one place, 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. It is the right tool for you to accomplish Google Photos backup to multiple accounts. Let’s see how it works.
Step by step
1) Sign up or experience without signing up in MultCloud’s official page.
2) After logging in, add all Google Drive accounts in use. (security guarantee) Type different “Display Name” for a better distinction.
3) Once accounts have been added, you can backup/move/copy files among them, including Google Photos. The fastest way to backup Google Photos to multiple accounts is dragging. Or it’s also possible to use copy options from contextmenu.
Tips: You may organize your Google Photos in a folder in Google Drive before.
Quicker transfer with MultCloud extension
For Google Chrome browser users, there exists another convenient approach to realize Google Photos backup to multiple accounts -- MultCloud’s extension.
Install it and sign in. You’re going to find “TRANSFER TO CLOUD” when you visit Google Drive every time. Click the button, the page will jump to MultCloud with a pop-up message box.
Choose the one according your demands. Since we’re transferring among Google accounts, whichever is OK. Then, it will skip to “Transfer” interface automatically.
As the picture shows above, you can select specific files before transmission. Besides, scheduled task is available, which means MultCloud even supports Google Drive offline sync. To be frank, isn’t it more convenient to share Google Photos backup to multiple accounts with MultCloud as well as managing many other cloud services?