Data transferring across clouds is very familiar to the majorities of us. Nowadays, we have more options to store and back up our files and data to the cloud service with the number of cloud providers increasing. Due to the limitations of each cloud space, many of us may have multiple different cloud accounts to store and manage our files and data. So you may want to know how to copy files from Google drive to Onedrive with a free tool without using the traditional solution to download files from your Google drive account to your local PC first and then manually upload them to your Onedrive account if you happen to have Google drive and Onedrive account. You will know how to do it with MultCloud after reading this article.
Why use MultCloud to move files from Google Drive to Onedrive?
MultCloud is a free cloud file transfer tool that enable you transfer files across clouds you have with one platform that is very easy to operate. With the help of MultCloud, you can manage your files between different clouds via one MultCloud account without using the old way to log in one cloud account to download files to your local PC and then upload the corresponding files manually to the other clouds. If you have many files with large size, then it’s time to show the advantages of MultCloud as it can transfer a large number of files among clouds at once. Currently, MultCloud supports dozens of clouds, like Google Drive, Dropbox, Dropbox for Business, Onedrive, Onedrive for Business, Gsuite, Amazon S3, Mega, etc
How to transfer files from Google Drive to Onedrive?
Step 1. Create one account with MultCloud or you can click experience without signing up if you do not want to sign up.
Step 2. Add your Google Drive account and Onedrive account.
Step 3. Create a Cloud Transfer task, select Google Drive as the source and select Onedrive as the destination and click “Transfer Now” and wait for the process to complete.
Following the above steps, you may find that MultCloud is easy to use and it does move files from Google Drive to Onedrive with just a few simple steps. When the Cloud Transfer task starts, you can close the website and even shut down your PC as MultCloud can process this task at the background. No matter what kind of tasks you create, MultCloud would run your tasks as scheduled as long as you enable “Schedule” feature.
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