With the increasing number of photos coming from our life, work or study, many of us choose to create more Google Photos accounts instead of paying for extra storage space. Thus, we can also store different kinds of pictures in different Google account. Yet, with two or more Photos accounts, how to manage them well?
Connect Google Photos Different Accounts with MultCloud
For managing different cloud accounts, what we can think about is the traditional one, that is to shift from one cloud account to another. This is troublesome, of course. Then, is there an easier way to do so?
MultCloud is a third party multiple clouds manager which can help us arrange all storages well. To make use of it for different Google Photos accounts managing, first of all, we should combine all accounts together in one place.
1. Sign up for MultCloud - Free
MultCloud is a web-based program. Therefore, we must firstly register to use its services.
2. Add Google Photos Accounts to MultCloud
In MultCloud main interface, click “Add Clouds” tab on the top, scroll down the cloud brands list and select “Google Photos”. Then, follow the guidance to finish Gmail adding.
Tips: We should repeat the process to add more Google Photos accounts.
Until now, all preparations are done and all Google Photos accounts are merged into MultCloud platform. We can start the management to contents of added accounts.
Manage Google Photos Different Accounts with MultCloud
Google Photos Backing up to a Different Account
Move to “Cloud Explorer” tab, choose source Google Photos account, right-click on target item(s) among its contents on the right area and select “Copy” or “Copy to”.
If we choose “Copy”, just switch to destination account, right-click on any blank area on the right and select “Paste”. If we choose “Copy to”, we should select target account in the pop-up window and finally click “Transfer”.
Notes: Make sure not to tick “Move” in the bottom left. Otherwise, the source files will be transferred to destination instead of copying.
Sync Google Photos to Different Account
Go to “Cloud Sync” tab, set source and destination Photos account, and finally click “Sync Now”.
Other Basic Managements for Google Photos
From the screenshot in photos backup part, we can see that we can carry out some basic operations for the files/folders like create new folder, delete unwanted items, upload files from local, rename a file, share a file to others, etc.