Can I have multiple Flickr accounts?
“Can I have more than one Flickr account?”. Of course yes, as long as you own different Yahoo IDs. But maybe you haven’t found an easy way to manage multiple Flickr accounts with the same login yet because Flickr doesn’t provide such a feature.
Dealing with multiple Flickr accounts simultaneously is possible
Some users log in to several Flickr accounts at the same time by opening several new tab pages or using different browsers. However, this method is too inconvenient. If you need to copy or transfer a photo from one Flickr account to another, you have to download then re-upload it again. What if there exist hundreds even thousands of photos? Will you still do it manually?
The good news is that a free web app called MultCloud solves the problem perfectly. With its help, you can not only manage more than one Flickr account concurrently with just one login, but also transfer files among different cloud services easily without switching accounts. For example, transfer Google Photos to Flickr.
Manage more than one Flickr account via MultCloud
As its name suggests, MultCloud is a cloud service manager which helps you access all cloud storage in one place under your permission. Now let’s see how to do with more than one Flickr account through this web tool within 3 steps.
1. Register MultCloud for the sake of better experience.
2. Add all Flickr accounts in use. (data security guarantee)
Supported clouds: Dropbox, Evernote, Amazon Cloud Drive, Amazon S3, WebDav, Google Drive, Box, SugarSync, OneDrive, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, Hidrive, BaiDu, MediaFire, ownCloud, Alfresco, ADrive, hubiC, MySQL, MEGA and FTP/SFTP.
3. After that, three ways are available for file transmission.
▪ Directly drag like in Windows Explorer or Finder in Mac OS X.
▪ Select “Copy” or “Copy to” from contextmenu.
The last method which also realizes schedule backup.
Update: MultCloud added Cloud Sync service since 4.0 version. Sync between different Flickr accounts become easier than before.