Knowledge of Dropbox
Dropbox is a famous cloud drive, which was founded by Drew Houston and Arash Ferdowsi in 2007. There are three editions of Dropbox: Basic Edition, Professional Edition and Enterprise Edition. Only the Basic Edition is free, but its volume is the smallest and limited. So many people create multiple accounts of Dropbox for more storage. Then question comes: how can we manage all these Dropbox accounts more efficiently?
MultCloud Helps You Transfer Files From One Dropbox Account to Another Easily
MultCloud is a FREE multi-cloud management application, and the authorization system of MultCloud is based on OAuth and it uses 256-bit encryption in data transmission to ensure the safety of your personal information.
Users can's copy files from one Dropbox to another directly, but with the help of MultCloud, you can do this. Once you have added more than one Dropbox accounts in MultCloud, you can access your files on different Dropbox accounts, and moving files from one Dropbox account to another like moving files in Windows Explorer. Thus you don's need to download from one account and re-upload to another any more.
Step By Step Teaching You Moving Files From One Dropbox Account to AnotherStep 1: Add Two Dropbox Accounts
Sign up in MultCloud, activate and log in. Select Dropbox then click "Next".
In order to distinguish from two Dropbox accounts, I will change another Dropbox display name to "Dropbox1" later.
Then we have finished adding two Dropbox accounts.
First one is just dragging file from one Dropbox to another. Select the file and hold the left mouse button to move it.
Second method: Copy the file in one Dropbox first and paste it in another later.
Third method is "Copy to".
Right click the target file and select "Copy to". In the pop-up window, select Dropbox and click "Transfer". If you checked "Move", the file will be deleted in Dropbox1.
In addition, you can preview different files (format: JPG, PNG, GIF, DOC, XLS, PDF) in MultCloud before you transferring. MultCloud also supports Google Drive, Amazon S3, SugarSync, OneDrive(SkyDrive), FTP and WebDav.