Difference between Evernote and Google Drive
Why sync Evernote and Google Drive? On the surface, Evernote is single while Google Drive is comprehensive. Evernote is a professional tool for organizing. People use it to capture great ideas, store documents, photos and audio files on its server. The key feature of Evernote is that it can store anything you want to remember or retrieve later. You can attach files to your notes, save web pages and use notebooks and tags to keep everything in an easy way to find format. It also has a great search tool. But it is not designed for large documents.
Instead, Google Drive already tied all common used Google services together and added a whopping 15GB of free storage. Among them, especially Google Keep and Google Doc can take the place of most of functions in Evernote. So syncing Evernote and Google Drive is necessary for people.
MultCloud helps to sync Evernote and Google Drive
How to do Evernote and Google Drive syncing? Neither Evernote nor Google Drive provides the sync function. We have to use a third-party tool to complete Evernote integration with Google Drive. The tool is called MultCloud, which is a web app.
Clouds supported by MultCloud are: Dropbox, Box, Amazon S3, Amazon Cloud Drive, SugarSync, Alfresco, Hubic, OneDrive, MEGA, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, HiDrive, MySQL, Flickr, MediaFire, ownCloud, ADrive, BaiDu, WebDav and FTP/SFTP.
MultCloud can sync Evernote and Google Drive because it can combine them together, and then transfer Evernote to Google Drive and vice versa. There are three big steps to commit: sign in MultCloud, add Evernote and Google Drive into MultCloud, sync them. Simple sync equals move notes/files in Evernote to Google Drive. You can copy and paste or direct drag and drop.
If there are many files, you may ask how to auto-sync Evernote and Google Drive. Switch to Cloud Sync Service in MultCloud, you can set schedule task here. There are eight ways to sync, we hope you could try them by yourself.
More about MultCloud
Now you see, migrating Evernote to Google Drive via MultCloud is easy. MultCloud supports managing multiple cloud services, and the number of same brand accounts is no limited. The safety of MultCloud is also very high. MultCloud does not store your data, it can only access to your cloud under your permission, and you can remove the connection at any time. So, feel free to use it.