Posted by @MultCloud
Feb. 11, 2020 | 3 mins read
Multiple Cloud Storage Manager - Manage All Cloud Storage in One Place.
Here in this article, you will find two ways to sync from Google Drive to Dropbox easily. One way is the traditional way--- "Download and Upload" and another one is a brand new way, MultCloud, a free web-based cloud file transfer manager app to help move from Google Drive to Dropbox.
As you know, Google Drive and Dropbox are two popular cloud drives. They are different in many aspects including price, volume, features, performance etc, thus you may have the two clouds. Under such circumstance, it is possible that you want to give up one and transfer all files to another drive or backup files in one drive to another. Based on your specific situation, you can choose to move Google Drive to Dropbox or sync Dropbox to Google Drive.
But, there's a question on how to achieve syncing Google Drive with Dropbox or Dropbox to Google Drive. Keep reading to the post below to know two ways to realize moving files from Dropbox to Google Drive or Google Drive to Dropbox. We will take copying from Google Drive to Dropbox as an example.
The traditional way to transfer Google Drive to Dropbox is to use "Download" and "Upload". In other words, you need to download files you need from Google Drive to your local drive first, then upload them manually to the destination Dropbox account. Following below steps to complete the operation.
Step 1. Sign in your Google Drive account.
Step 2. Select files or folders you want to download, select "Download" button from the drop-down window and wait for the process to complete.
Step 3. Sign in your Dropbox account, click "Upload Files" button and select files downloaded to your local drive to upload them to your Dropbox account.
It is available to sync files between Google Drive and Dropbox using download and upload features. However, the whole process can be energy-consuming and time-wasting. You cannot close the page until the process is complete and the most important one is that the time it takes depends on the Internet. So is there any tool that has the feature to bypass above situations?
Here a FREE web-based cloud storage drive manager, MultCloud, is highly recommended, which enable you to sync clouds covering Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, Box and so on. Then, have a closer look at how to backup Google Drive to Dropbox using MultCloud.
Step 1. Create a MultCloud account freely and Sign in. If you already have a MultCloud account, you can directly click “Sign in”.
Step 2. Add Google Drive account in MultCloud. And then, add Dropbox account in MultCloud.
Step 3. Click “Cloud Sync” to enter the following window.
Step 4. Click “CLICK SOURCE” to add Google Drive as the source and click “CLICK DESTINATION” to add Dropbox as the destination. Then, click Sync Now to commit sync task.
After syncing, you can enter the Task Manager to manage your sync task.
Following any way above, it can help you sync Google Drive with Dropbox easily. If you prefer to use the second method with MultCloud, you may find it has many advanced features including "Cloud Transfer", "Cloud Sync", "Cloud Explorer", etc. For instance, you can migrate from Dropbox to OneDrive with "Cloud Transfer" and manage multiple OneDrive accounts on same PC with "Cloud Explorer".
MultCloud Supports Clouds
Multcloud Key Features
Transfer files in clouds, FTP and WebDav for easily file management & information delivery.
Sync two clouds or directories in two clouds through two-way sync or one-way sync.
Combine multiple cloud storages into one and manage them like in Windows explorer.