I have two Flickr accounts
Flickr is an online storage for us saving photos and pictures. We can even edit pictures online by using this service. For work reasons, I created a new Flickr account, thus I have two Flickr accounts. I think there are also some people have multiple Flickr accounts for different used.
Why merge Flickr accounts
If you needed picture is in A Flick accounts while you are using B Flickr, you should switch to A account. If you can merge Flickr accounts, you can use them together and save the step of switching. We think there are many users have this requirement - make them into one account. But the Flickr provides the official merging method is giving up one, keep only one, upload all photos from one account to another. This is not what we need, we still want to keep two accounts. Is there a way to realize this?
Managing Flickr accounts by MultCloud
With the development of computer and cloud technology, many things become possible. Now that vendor does not has a solution, we can try third-party tool. MultCloud is such a solution. MultCloud as a multiple clouds manager supports Flickr as well. You are able to add unlimited Flickr accounts into MultCloud.
MultCloud is a web app, visit its website and enter in. You can choose register an account of MultCloud or Experience without signing up.
In MultCloud, add all your Flickr acccounts in it. The process is easy and safe. Adding Flick account in MultCloud does not need username and password, only a display name is OK. The last authorization step is done in Flickr official page because Flickr support for OAuth authorization system. That’s why we say MultCloud is safe. We suggest you read the notice when adding too, in order to use MultCloud and Flickr better.
After adding, the merging mission has finished. Then you can manage file in them via MultCloud like in Windows Explorer: create new folder, upload, download, delete, rename, cut, copy, paste, preview and so on.
Can you have two Flickr accounts and use them together? Obviously, the answer is yes now. MultCloud not only supports Flickr, but also other twenty clouds: Dropbox, Dropbox for Business, Google Drive, Box, Amazon S3, Amazon Cloud Drive, SugarSync, Alfresco, hubiC, Evernote, OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, MEGA, Egnyte, pCloud, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, HiDrive, MySQL, MediaFire, ownCloud, ADrive, BaiDu, WebDav and FTP/SFTP. MultCloud’s Cloud Transfer and Cloud Sync services are very useful, other interesting and amazing functions of MultCloud waiting for you to try.