This article offers total three solutions to transfer Dropbox to OneDrive. You can select one you are more interested in from them to perform migrating from Dropbox to OneDrive operation.
Nowadays, online cloud becomes the most popular storage type for people. And, a lot of users have more than one cloud accounts belong to the same or different cloud brands. The common cloud services are Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive, Amazon Drive, MEGA and so on. Some cloud users plan to switch from Dropbox to OneDrive for the following reasons:
As we all know, neither Dropbox nor Microsoft OneDrive app have a function to migrate data between each other. So it’s a question on how to transfer from Dropbox to OneDrive directly. In the following parts, we will offer you two traditional methods to achieve your goal.
Step 1. Sign in your Dropbox account.
Step 2. Create a new folder, select all files under your Dropbox account and move them to the new folder.
Step 3. Put the mouse on the new folder, click the three-dot symbol and click the “Download” button and wait for the process to complete.
Step 4. Log in your OneDrive account.
Step 5. Click “Upload” button to upload that .zip file to your OneDrive account and wait for the process to complete.
Step 2. After installing them on your PC, you will find them through Windows File Explorer.
Step 3. You can move Dropbox to OneDrive with the “Cut” and “Paste” feature through Windows File Explorer.
Any of the above solutions can help you copy Dropbox to OneDrive but it takes time to complete because you need to perform the operations manually. For the solution 1, you cannot close the page until the process is complete. For the solution 2, you need to install apps on your PC so you can complete the operations. So is there any direct way that can move data from Dropbox to OneDrive quickly without encountering above problems? Continue to read the follow parts and we will introduce a popular way to you.
If you want to quickly move files from Dropbox to OneDrive while ensuring data security, you are recommended to try this third party cloud migration tool, MultCloud, without logging in to both clouds, shifting from one cloud to another or downloading/re-uploading.
Step 1. Register MultCloud - Free
MultCloud is a web-based program. To use it, firstly, you have to create an account.
Step 2. Add Dropbox/OneDrive Accounts to MultCloud
After creating an account, sign into its platform. In the main panel, click “Add Clouds” tab on the top and select the cloud brand you are going to include in. Then, follow the simple guidance to finish adding cloud.
Note: You can only add one cloud account in one time. So, add the other cloud by repeating the process.
Step 3. Migrate Dropbox to OneDrive with “Cloud Transfer”
Now, go to “Cloud Transfer” tab and specify source and destination as Dropbox and OneDrive respectively. Finally, click “Transfer Now”.
Following any way from above mentioned solutions, you can easily migrate Dropbox to OneDrive. If you select popular way above with MultCloud, you can also enjoy other advanced features. In addittion to Dropbox and OneDrive, MultCloud supports more than 30 clouds at present including G Suite, Google Photos, MEGA, Amazon Drive, Amazon S3, Flickr, Box, pCloud, etc. Besides “Cloud Transfer “ feature, MultCloud can also do cloud to cloud sync/backup/copy with “Cloud Sync”. If you are going to sync photos from OneDrive to Google Photos, you can make full use of this feature.
As a browser app, MultCloud requires no downloading and installation. Thus, you can save much local disk space. It still can be applied in all operating systems like Windows PC & Server, Linux, Mac, ios, android and Chrome OS; and all devices including desktop, laptop, notebook, iPad, cellphone, etc.
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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.