Why share all Google photos with another account?
As we all know, Google Photos is an image sharing storage service that offers users free, unlimited storage for videos up to 1080p resolution and photos up to 16 megapixels and it identifies visual features, analyzes pictures, and subjects automatically. Therefore, many users have created Google account so that they can use its Google Photos application to save their photos and you may be one of them. With more and more recorded photos, you definitely want to transfer all the photos taken to another account for backup quickly and easily to avoid losing important photos accidentally or for other reasons.
A quick and easy way to migrate Google photos to another account with MultCloud
If you have created two Google accounts, you can add all photos to your second account via “Add to Library” feature. This is the traditional way to copy all Google photos to another account with Google Photo service. In this way, you can share all your Google photos with another account easily but you may have found that you can't close the page until these photos are completely sent to another account, and if there are numerous photos in different Albums, then you need to share these Albums one by one. So you may need to turn to other tool that can send all your Google photos with another account quickly. At this time, MultCloud may be your choice.
MultCloud, is a free cloud transfer manager tool , which allows you to manage clouds you have had with one platform that is easy to use. If you want to copy all your Google photos to other account like Flickr without doing something cumbersome, then MultCloud may help you achieve your demand conveniently. Currently, MultCloud supports dozens of cloud storages, like Google Drive, GSuite, Dropbox, Dropbox for Business, Onedrive, Onedrive for Business, Amazon S3, Mega, etc. As for how to achieve Google photos with another account backup, please follow below instructions.
Step 1. Create one account with MultCloud or you can experience without signing up if you do not want to sign up.
Step 2. Add your two Google Photos accounts as follows.
Step 3. Create a Cloud Sync task to share your Google photos to another account. Select your first Google Photos as the source, select the second one as the destination, click “Sync Now” and wait for the process to complete.
Step 4. After adding this task, you can see the detailed process of this task and re-edit the task via Task Manager.
Following the above operations, you may find that MultCloud is easy to use and it does share all Google photos with another account easily with just a few simple steps. When the Cloud Sync task starts, you can close the page and even close your PC because MultCloud can perform this task at the background. In addition to Cloud Sync feature, MultCloud also has Cloud Transfer feature. No matter what kind of tasks you create, you can enable “Schedule” function and MultCloud would run your tasks as planed.
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