Many people have cloud services today, and most of them use Google Drive. Since Google is a big company, people trust it, and Google products are also good. Google Drive is popular in the world and it's easy to start. With one Google account, you can access to all Google services, as well as Google Drive.
People store files, photos, videos and musics, etc in the Google Drive. Common account of Google Drive provides 15GB free storage space, paid or say premium account has more volume or even unlimited. Some users think that free 15GB account is not enough, and they want to save money, so they created more accounts to get more cloud storage.
There are also other reasons people own different accounts. In order to manage multiple Google Drive easily, sync 2 Google Drive accounts is one solution and transfer files from one Google Drive to another is another situation. In this article, we will guide you on how to sync several Google Drive accounts.
Sync Multiple Google Drive Accounts with Free Tool
The tool is a web-based cloud to cloud sync manager, MultCloud, which can not only help manage multiple cloud drives in one place within one account; but also has the ability to sync files across cloud drives without downloading and uploading.
At present, MultCloud supports more than 30 cloud drives including Google Drive, G Suite, Dropbox, OneDrive, Flickr, Google Photos, MEGA, etc so it can help manage multiple cloud drives and transfer files from one cloud to other seamlessly without downloading and uploading. Following parts will guides you step by step on how to sync multiple Google Drive accounts.
Sync Two Google Drive Accounts with Detailed Steps
Step 1. Create One Account
Before starting the operation, you need to create one MultCloud account.
Note: If you want to test it before registering one account, you could click "Experience without signing up" option to get one temp account.
Step 2. Add Google Drive Accounts
After logging in MultCloud, click on "Add Clouds" button, select Google Drive below to add. Follow the process to complete clouds adding.
For the same cloud drive providers, there is no limit on the number of cloud drives to add.
To better distinguish these two accounts, you can name these two accounts as Google Drive 1 and Google Drive 2.
Step 3. Sync 2 Google Drive Accounts with "Cloud Sync"
After finishing adding Google Drive accounts to MultCloud, tap on "Cloud Sync", select Google Drive 1 as the source, select Google Drive 2 as the destination, click "Sync Now" and wait for the process to complete.
If there are many files to sync, you can close the page when the task starts because MultCloud can run the task in the background.
To keep data safe, you could enable "Schedule" so MultCloud can run the task at a regular interval.
As you can see, MultCloud can help sync 2 Google Drive accounts directly within just 3 steps, which can save a lot of time.
In addition to "Cloud Sync", MultCloud also has "Cloud Transfer" and "Cloud Explorer".
For "Cloud Explorer", it has many features that cloud drives have had, including "Upload", "Download", "Create", "Copy"， “Cut", "Share", etc. In particular, the upload function supports not only uploading files, but also uploading URLs. For example, if you want to upload to Google Drive from URL, you can use "Upload URL" through "Cloud Explorer."
For "Cloud Transfer", it can help migrate files from one cloud directly to another in one click instead of downloading and re-uploading.