"I currently store a large of data in OneDrive but I want to migrate them to Dropbox. Does anyone know how to transfer OneDrive to Dropbox?"
Traditional Way: Migrate OneDrive to Dropbox by Downloading and Uploading
Like the mentioned scenario, it is likely that you want to transfer files from OneDrive to Dropbox if you have both of them. But performing the task can be a bit annoying because it seems that you can only achieve your goal using the traditional way as blow.
Step 1: Go to the OneDrive homepage (https://onedrive.live.com) and sign in to your account.
Step 2: Select all the files and click on "Download" to download them to your local storage.
Step 3: Go to the Dropbox homepage (https://www.dropbox.com/) and sign in to your account.
Step 4: Click on "Upload files" to move all the files to Dropbox.
Though this way can help you migrate the storage, it takes you a lot of time to download and upload. Besides, this transferring process depends on the file volume and the network speed so you must keep your machine on until the task is finished, which would make an annoyance if you need to go out suddenly.
So, is it totally impossible to find a way that can avoid the annoying operation steps and potential problems? No! Fortunately, there is a free web-based app MultCloud that can help you.
New Way: Migrate OneDrive to Dropbox with MultCloud (No Download and Re-upload)
As a multiple cloud storage manager, MultCloud supports several clouds that include Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, Amazon S3, SugarSync, etc. And MultCloud has 3 main features: "Cloud Transfer", “Cloud Sync”, and “Remote Upload”. The "Cloud Transfer" feature can help you to transfer across multiple cloud services and you can easily transfer files from OneDrive to Dropbox without downloading and re-uploading. Detailed steps are listed below.
Step 1. Sign Up
You need to sign up first.
Step 2. Add Clouds
Click on the "Add Cloud" icon and add OneDrive and Dropbox to MultCloud.
Step 3. Create Cloud Transfer Task
Click on the "Cloud Transfer" icon and select OneDrive as the source and Dropbox as the destination. Then click on "Transfer Now" to complete the operation.
- If you do not want to perform the task at once, you can click on the "Schedule" icon so that MultCloud will execute at the time you set it up even if you have already shut off your computer.
- "Options" selection provides more functions, for example, you can set up an email notification so that it will send an email to remind you once it finishes the task. Besides, you can move files from OneDrive to Dropbox by enabling the "Delete all source files after transfer is complete" function.
- Conversely, you can also easily move files from Dropbox to OneDrive in the way mentioned above.
The Bottom Line
Except for helping migrate OneDrive to Dropbox, MultCloud also can sync one cloud to another cloud with the "Cloud Sync" function. For example, you can sync Google Photos with OneDrive or backup Flickr to Google Photos.
What’s more, MultCloud can assist you to download interesting movies, meaningful e-books, or other files to cloud drives by parsing torrent files and magnet links, such as download torrent files directly to MEGA cloud.
In addition to the above functions, MultCloud also supports other practical functions. For example, you can perform the following operations on files or folders in the cloud drive: share, download, delete, rename, copy and paste, etc. If you want to experience it, please register an account and go to the back-end interface to use.