Why sync from Dropbox to OneDrive?
In the world today, many people have signed up to multiple cloud services. Dropbox and OneDrive are two famous cloud drives, many people choose them naturally. “What’s the best cloud service” is not a problem any more. Because own several clouds isn’t anything difficult. In this way, we can not only get more free storage space but also keep our files backed up to the hills.
On the other side, since Microsoft OneDrive and Dropbox has their own highlights as well as limits, users use them for different reasons, store different files in each of them. Then new question comes, how can we transfer data between Dropbox and OneDrive? Maybe sometimes we need files was in another cloud. If you have installed their clients on the desktop, drag and drop (copy and paste) the content you wish to move from one to another can be achieved.
However, on other devices like pad or mobile, above way don’t working well. In fact, since their clients on Windows are similar to Windows explorer so that it ignores the way of downloading and re-uploading. If the client is link to the cloud directly not the local, you have to download and re-upload. If we can find a method to transfer or sync from Dropbox to OneDrive on any environment, that will be great! When we want to sync, we commit to sync.
What’s the best way to sync from Dropbox to OneDrive?
Here, the best way is not a client, but a web app - MultCloud, thus, you are able to touch it on any system through browser. MultCloud is designed to merge Dropbox and OneDrive together, then sync across them seamlessly. Next, I would like to show you how to use MultCloud.
Visit the website, create an account or try Experience without signing up.
After logged in, add Dropbox and OneDrive to MultCloud one by one. Actually, in MultCloud, you could add unlimited accounts of same vendors. After adding, completed Dropbox OneDrive integration, switch to Cloud Sync interface to continue.
In this window, set source and destination separately, it depends on if you want to sync the whole Dropbox and OneDrive or OneDrive Dropbox same folder. What’s more, do you plan to run a one-time sync task or do auto sync mission regularly? If the latter one, you can set schedule options. There are eight ways of syncing: simple sync, mirror sync, move sync, cumulative sync, update sync, incremental backup sync, full backup sync and two-way sync.
MultCloud provides the easiest way to sync from Dropbox to OneDrive. Don’t worry about safety. You can even migrate from Dropbox to OneDrive for Business. MultCloud is a free tool, hope you could try it as soon as possible to transfer files across clouds.