Sync Dropbox to MEGA is necessary?
Today, more and more people store data in cloud service. Dropbox is an old brand cloud drive, which offers users free but limited storage. MEGA came later than Dropbox, but it provides bigger free storage than Dropbox. According to many users’ feedback, we think that in terms of security and some features, MultCloud is better than Dropbox. Dropbox also has its advantages such as speed and price.
If you sync Dropbox to MEGA, you can touch to your data in two clouds, that’s more convenient. And you don’t need to give up one of cloud drives.
How to sync Dropbox to MEGA?
The nature of sync is transferring. If there are few files, download from Dropbox then re-upload to MEGA is OK. When there are huge numbers of files, this method isn’t a good way. So we need to find a automatic sync tool. MultCloud is such a one.
MultCloud is a web app for managing multiple cloud services in one place. Except normal management operations like creating, deleting, uploading, copying, renaming, cutting, sharing and so on. MultCloud has transfer and sync as key features. Next I will show you how to sync Dropbox to MEGA via MultCloud.
Steps of syncing Dropbox with MEGA
Log in MultCloud or Experience without signing up. Add MEGA and Dropbox to MultCloud. Switch to Cloud Sync interface, select Dropbox as source and MEGA as destination. Then select a sync way: simple sync(one-way sync), mirror sync, move sync, cumulative sync, update sync, incremental backup sync, full backup sync and two-way sync. Set email notification and filter options. If you plan to sync automatically, you must set schedule task. If you set one-time sync, you can commit again and again in Task Manager. Full tutorial please visit Sync Cloud Drive.
For few files, you can try to direct move from Dropbox to MEGA by MultCloud. In a word, MultCloud is an easy-to-use cloud sync, transfer tool. Besides Dropbox and MEGA, there are also Dropbox for Business, Google Drive, Box, Amazon S3, Amazon Cloud Drive, SugarSync, Alfresco, hubiC, Evernote, OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, Egnyte, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, HiDrive, MySQL, Flickr, MediaFire, ownCloud, ADrive, BaiDu, WebDav and FTP/SFTP. With MultCloud, managing multiple cloud drives isn’t a trouble any more.