No more downloading and uploading! MultCloud helps you effectively move Dropbox to OneDrive.
How to transfer Dropbox to OneDrive? This is not difficult for users who use cloud drives: they can download all the files from Dropbox and then upload them to OneDrive. If you also transfer files from Dropbox to OneDrive through this way, you may find it is really time-consuming and tiresome. But don't worry, there is an easier way to perform the task: you can realize the migration with a free multiple cloud manager, MultCloud. Before viewing detailed steps, let's explore the merits of this method.
1. Use Dropbox and OneDrive simultaneously on one platform: once you add Dropbox and OneDrive to MultCloud, you can directly use your clouds without logging in and out every time when you need to import Dropbox to OneDrive.
2. No need to download files: MultCloud "Cloud Transfer" feature allows you to migrate Dropbox to OneDrive directly, so you don't need to download files to your local PC first.
3. No need to worry about the speed of the network: the process of transferring runs on the server of MultCloud and you can quickly transfer your data.
4. Reliable security: MultCloud will not save or cache the data or files on the server and you can totally trust the tool to help you.
As mentioned, you can use MultCloud "Cloud Transfer" feature to realize migration from Dropbox to OneDrive without downloading. The following part will show you how to perform the operation.
MultCloud is a web-based app and you need to sign up first.
Click on "Add Clouds" icon on the tab and add Dropbox and OneDrive one by one.
Note: You are allowed to add only one cloud at a time. If you need to add more than one cloud, just repeat "Add Clouds" operation.
Click "Cloud Transfer" button and select Dropbox as the source and OneDrive as the destination. Then click on "Transfer Now" button to complete the task.
Yes! As mentioned, you can easily import Dropbox to OneDrive in just 3 simple steps with the help of MultCloud. If you want to sync your Dropbox to OneDrive you can also make it directly with MultCloud "Cloud Sync" feature.
Besides Dropbox and OneDrive, MultCloud also supports Google Drive, MEGA, Google Photos and other mainstream cloud drives. As long as you have cloud drives that MultCloud supports, you can quickly and directly transfer or sync from one cloud to another with the help of MultCloud. For example, you can transfer Google Drive to MEGA without downloading or sync photos between OneDrive and Google Photos. To learn more features, click here.
MultCloud Supports Clouds
Multcloud Key Features
Transfer files in clouds, FTP and WebDav for easily file management & information delivery.
Sync two clouds or directories in two clouds through two-way sync or one-way sync.
Combine multiple cloud storages into one and manage them like in Windows explorer.