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"Can I Transfer Files from Google Drive to Box?"

"Hello. I have a paid Google Drive account, but am thinking about ending my plan with them and moving all files from Google Drive to Box. I would like to move specific files and folders without downloading and uploading them, as I have dozens of GBs to move, and my Internet connection isn't the fastest. So, is there any way to move files from Google Drive to Box without downloading? Thanks!"

Why Move Files from Google Drive to Box?

Cloud storage services are more and more popular. They are very convenient for users. You do not need to bring any external hard drive to store your data, and you do not need to spend your local hard disk space. The most important is that you can use it on any computer as long as you access it through the Internet.

Google Drive and Box are two famous cloud storage services. Many users use Google Drive to store data, meanwhile, they also have Box account. But sometimes, you (may be one in these users) may want to move Google Drive files to Box for backup. Perhaps you know that you can download and re-upload all your files to Box, but this method takes time if your Internet connection is not in a good condition.

So, is there any way that can help achieve Google Drive to Box migration without downloading? Luckily, there's a FREE cloud to cloud transfer tool, MultCloud, which can meet your demand.

How to Move Files from Google Drive to Box with MultCloud?

MultCloud is a remarkable web-based tool that can help move files from one cloud storage service to another without downloading. With this service, you can move all files from Google Drive to Box without worrying about the download and upload speed, and you can even leave your computer while it’s working.

Currently, MultCloud supports more than 30 cloud storage services including Amazon S3, Google Drive, G Suite, Dropbox, OneDrive, etc., so it can help you manage multiple cloud drives from one place with one MultCloud account. And with the help of “Cloud Transfer” and “Cloud Sync” functions provided in MultCloud, you can transfer or backup files from one cloud to others directly. Let's see how it works.

To copy from Google Drive to Box, you can follow the steps below.

Step 1. Create one MultCloud Account

First, you need to create an account of MultCloud.

Sign Up
Sign Up

Step 2. Add Google Drive and Box Account to MultCloud

Click Add Cloud, select Box, and follow the steps to add Box to MultCloud. Follow the same way to add Google Drive account to MultCloud.

Add Google Drive and Box
Add Google Drive and Box

Step 3. Google Drive to Box Migration with "Cloud Transfer"

After adding Google Drive and Box accounts to MultCloud, click on "Cloud Transfer", choose Google Drive as the source, choose Box as the destination, click on "Transfer Now" and wait for the process to complete.

Move from Google Drive to Box
Move from Google Drive to Box

Notes:

  • If you do not want to transfer whole Google Drive to Box, when creating the transfer task, you could select directories you want to move as the source.
  • For “Cloud Transfer” feature, it is more suitable for transferring lots of folders or whole clouds. If you want to transfer several files separately from Google Drive to Box, you can use “Copy” and “Paste” feature.
  • If you want to move all files from Google Drive account to Box account, you could enable "Delete all source files after transfer is complete." through "Options" so MultCloud will help delete all of them after the transfer task is complete.
    Delete All Source Files After Transfer is Complete
    Delete All Source Files After Transfer is Complete

Final Words

As you can see, MultCloud can help move files from Google Drive to Box in just 3 steps without downloading and uploading, which is really an amazing method. Besides, as long as the task begins, you can shut down your PC without worrying about your data moving because MultCloud can deal with your data in the background. Should you have any other concerns about it, you can leave any comment to us and we will respond to you shortly.

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