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Easiest: How to Move Files from Google Drive to Dropbox Directly?

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Feb. 11, 2020 | 3 mins read

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Wanna move files from Google Drive to Dropbox with a free and secure way? You'll find one easy way to achieve transferring from Google Drive to Dropbox in this post.

How to Migrate Files from Google Drive to Dropbox?

This is a question from Dropbox forum raised by a user who wants to move a folder under Google Drive to Dropbox but doesn't want to download them to the computer and then upload to Dropbox manually.

If you also have both Google Drive and Dropbox accounts, it is possible that you may encounter a similar problem mentioned. Under this circumstance, you might also try hard to find a solution to transfer files between Google Drive and Dropbox directly. But don't worry, you can easily achieve your goal via a free third-party tool---MultCloud.

Move Files from Google Drive to Dropbox Directly with MultCloud

As a FREE multiple cloud manager, MultCloud allows you to manage and use several clouds on the same device simultaneously and you can use “Cloud Transfer” function to migrate files from one cloud to other clouds without downloading them or switching accounts. So with these merits, you can quickly and directly copy files from Google Drive to Dropbox. See how it works in the following part.

Step 1. Sign up

To make use of MultCloud, you need to sign up.


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Step 2. Add clouds

Click "Add Clouds" button on the tab and add Google Drive and Dropbox to MultCloud.


Add Google Drive and Dropbox
Add Google Drive and Dropbox to MultCloud

Note: You are allowed to add one cloud at one time and you have to repeat "Add Clouds" operation if you want to add more than one cloud.

Step 3. Transfer from Google Drive to Dropbox with Cloud Transfer Task

Click "Cloud Transfer" icon, select Google Drive as the source and Dropbox as the destination and tap "Transfer Now" to complete the task.


Move Files form Google Drive to Dropbox
Move Files between Google Drive to Dropbox

Notes:

  • The process of transferring runs on the server of MultCloud, so you don’t need to worry about the speed of the Internet will affect the process of transferring.
  • You can only transfer folders or entire cloud from one cloud to other clouds with "Cloud Transfer" feature.

If you need to move files that are in different folders to other clouds, MultCloud can also help you with the "Cloud Explorer" function. Select the files in the folder you want to move and right click “Copy to”. Then select the target directory under other clouds and click on “Transfer” to transfer files from one drive to the other drives.


Add Google Drive Files to Dropbox
Add Google Drive Files to Dropbox

More about MultCloud

With the help of MultCloud, you can move files from Google Drive to Dropbox easily and quickly. If you have other clouds that MultCloud supports, such as OneDrive, Google Photos, Box, Amazon S3, Mega, etc. You can also directly Backup Google Photos to Dropbox or migrate Box to OneDrive.

Moreover, besides “Cloud Transfer” and “Cloud Explorer” features mentioned above, MultCloud also has “Cloud Sync” function. With this feature, you can sync or backup data without shifting, so you can easily Sync Google Photos with OneDrive or backup Flickr to Google Photos if you have the demand.

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  • 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.