Before talking about syncing Flickr to OneDrive, let’s discuss why choose these two cloud services. OneDrive, formerly known as SkyDrive, is one of the most popular cloud drives in the world. We all know OneDrive is developed by Microsoft, naturally, many people choose it as their cloud drives. As Microsoft has Office suits, many business men choose OneDrive because they could edit word or excel online in OneDrive.
Flickr, it focuses on storing and editing photos online. Now it also supports videos and other kinds of files. If you want to backup pictures from Flickr to another cloud storage, OneDrive is a good choice.
From the Flickr forum, there are many questions like this: is there any way that can sync Flickr to OneDrive without downloading and uploading? Many previous answers said there is no solution. In fact, it has no built-in method but this problem can be resolved through the third party solution.
How to Sync from Flickr to OneDrive?
Like the above mentioned, a third pary service can make it. Now, we will introduce the third party service, MultCloud, a FREE cloud to cloud sync manager to you.
MultCloud, as a web-based cloud to cloud sync tool, which can not only help sync files from one cloud to other clouds without downloading and uploading; but also supports managing multiple cloud storage accounts together so that you can access to any cloud drive with one MultCloud account on any devices as long as they have Internet connection. let's see how it help sync Flickr to OneDrive.
Step 1. Create one MultCloud account or you can click "Experience without signing up" to get a temp account to test it.
Step 2. Click on "Add Clouds" and select "Flickr" to add.
Step 3. Follow the same operations above to add "OneDrive" to MultCloud.
Step 4. Click on "Cloud Sync", select "Flickr" as the source, select "OneDrive" as the destintion, click on "Sync Now" and wait for the process to complete.
For "Cloud Sync", there are 8 sync modes. You can select the one that suits your situation most through "Options" to perform the operations.
If you want to exclude some files, you could enable "Filter" when creating the sync task.
If you want to sync between Flickr and OneDrive regularly, you could enable "Schedule" so MultCloud can execute your task as planned.
To get super-fast sync speed, you can also upgrade your account to the premium account so MultCloud uses 10 threads to sync photos and videos.
As you can see, MultCloud can help sync Flickr to OneDrive in 4 steps without using downloading and uploading way, which saves a lot of time and energy. In addition to "Cloud Sync", MultCloud also has "Cloud Explorer" and "Cloud Transfer". If you want to manage multiple OneDrive accounts, you can use "Cloud Explorer"; if you want to migrate Dropbox to OneDrive, you can use "Cloud Transfer".