It’s a strategy to take advantage of the free storage of multiple cloud storage solutions (OneDrive, Google Drive, for example), and it’s necessary to save much money. But this is also a skillful job, especially when you want to transfer some files from one service to another. To avoid those complexity while working on cloud services, we recommend you Google Drive is a practitioner aiming to “create and collaborate”, “store everything safely and access it anywhere” and “search everything”: Firstly, the built-in Google Docs allows you to work with others in real time on documents, spreadsheets and presentations, for example, sharing, commenting and receiving notifications. Secondly, you can access your stuff from anywhere - on the web, in your home, at office and from any of your device. Thirdly, you will find the right stuff by searching with keywords and it works by filtering file type, owner and more. In addition, Google Drive offers 15GB free online storage, but what if you need more?
It’s a strategy to take advantage of the free storage of more than one Google Drive account, in this way, you can get more than 15 GB free storage and save a sum of money. But it is a technical job to move Google Drive folder to another account. Here, to avoid those complexity during the task, we recommend you MultCloud - a good helper and a free web-based app.
How to move Google Drive folder to another account?
MultCloud allows you to automatically transfer up to 10TB of files at no charge, and all works are done in the browser with MultCloud. Next, we’ll show you how to move Google Drive folder from one account to another.
Step 1: Visit MultCloud and create a free account with “Sign up”. You need to enter your preferred e-mail, username and password, then click the "Create Account" button. Also, MultCloud support to “Experiencing without signing up”.
Step 2: After you have activated your account from your e-mail, please sign in. In next Window, add your Google Drive through “Add Cloud Drives”, and then click “Next” to go to the next step.
Authorize your Google Drive account by clicking the “Add Google Drive Account” button, and follow the instructions to grant MultCloud access to the account you are connecting to. Then add your another Google Drive account in the same way.
Tip: “Display Name” can be re-wrote to distinguish your two Google Drives.
Step 3: You can start the transferring task. Manage folder in the Google Drive from which you want to transfer folder to another, then check the folder you want to transfer and select “Copy” & “Paste” or “Copy to” or move by dragging & dropping.
Tip: There is a better way to move huge numbers of folders from one Google Drive account to another. In addition when you set a schedule and other options, the task can be committed even power off.
MultCloud now has a Google Chrome app. If you use Google Chrome browser, we highly suggest you install the extension: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/transfer-to-google-drived/dhkemmehlndncfkilljmpeacciajkfag
*Update: A good news is that MultCloud added Cloud Sync service now. You can enjoy eight sync ways.