How to Do OneDrive Selective Sync?
Just as described above, in general, there are two kinds of synchronization of OneDrive.
Selective Sync with OneDrive from Local to Online
Does OneDrive have selective sync? Yes, of course. Microsoft OneDrive itself provides an official application to help its users to backup local files to its cloud storage. Download and install the OneDrive app on your machine and sign in your OneDrive account. Go to the settings, move to “Auto Save” tab and select “Update Folders”.
Tips: If yours are Win 10 OS, OneDrive has already been installed on your computer.
In the pop-up window, select which folder you want to automatically upload to cloud drive.
Finally, click “Start protection”.
OneDrive Selective Sync from One Cloud to Another
As for cloud to cloud syncing, the self-contained software can’t help anymore. Here, you need the assistance of third party programs such as MultCloud, a professional and reliable cloud syncing tool.
Step 1. Create a MultCloud account - Free
MultCloud is a web-based service. To make use of it, just sign up to be one of its member. There is no need of downloading and installation. Thus, you can save your local storage space.
Step 2. Add OneDrive Account(s) to MultCloud
Sign in your MultCloud account, in the main interface, click to enter “Add Clouds” tab and choose “OneDrive” or “OneDrive for Business” according to the type of your cloud account. Then, follow the guidance to give MultCloud the authority to access your data in OneDrive.
Tips: MultCloud only allows to add one cloud account in one time. To add more cloud accounts, you should repeat the above process.
Step 3. OneDrive selective Sync
Move to “Cloud Sync” tab, specify source and destination cloud, finally, click “Sync Now”.
Note: You are able to select certain folders to be synced.
More about MultCloud
MultCloud is an online multiple cloud drives manager. Therefore, it supports all operating systems including:
- Windows: Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7 and Server 2016/2012 (R2)/2011/2008 (R2)/2003 (R2) etc. all editions, both 32 and 64 bit.
- Linux: Ubuntu, Suse, Fedora, etc.
- Mac: OS X, etc.
All devices including desktop, laptop, notebook, ipad, iphone and so on.
Besides clouds mentioned above, MultCloud still support Amazon Drive, MEGA, Flickr, MySQL, FTP, etc. around 30 cloud drives.