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Best Way to Sync OneDrive and Google Drive(No Shifting)

Simple way to backup OneDrive and Google Drive with the help of MultCloud.

Author Vera

Posted by @Vera

June 6, 2019 | 3 mins read

No more shifting! You can easily sync OneDrive storage to Google Drive with the help of MultCloud.

About OneDrive and Google Drive

In an era of information, using cloud services has become a common thing. Against to this backdrop, cloud services are booming with an increasing number of users. OneDrive and Google Drive are two clouds that are favored by many users for the following reasons.

1. Free to use: Both of OneDrive and Google Drive are free for users.

2. A variety of functions: They provide many features for users. Users can not only store data, but also synchronize files, share files through the way that they like.

3. User-friendly design: Whether OneDrive or Google Drive, the interface style is simple and exquisite and it is easy for users to operate.

4. Convenience: Users can work from anywhere on any device as long as they have accounts with OneDrive or Google Drive.

To have more free cloud space or make full use of their unique features, many users have both OneDrive and Google Drive accounts and you may be one of them.

Under such a circumstance, when you want to move files from OneDrive to Google Drive, backup certain files to Google Drive, or decide copy work files in OneDrive to Google Drive out of necessity of storing work and personal files in different clouds, you need to find ways to sync OneDrive and Google Drive. So, how can you do it?

There is a traditional way to backup OneDrive to Google Drive: Download and Upload. You can download files from OneDrive to your local PC first and upload them to Google Drive. However, this method takes a lot of time and it is operated manually. So, another way will be highlighted below to achieve your demand.

Sync OneDrive and Google Drive via MultCloud

Yes, you can use a free third-party cloud transfer tool Multcloud to sync OneDrive with Google Drive for free.

MultCloud has two prominent features---Cloud Transfer and Cloud Sync. With the help of "Cloud Transfer" feature, you can easily transfer files from one cloud to another cloud. For example, you can quickly migrate from Dropbox to Google Drive, migrate Dropbox to another drive without downloading, etc. Here, you can take advantage of "Cloud Sync" function to sync OneDrive to Google Drive. Read the following part to know more details.

Step 1. Sign up

MultCloud is a free web-based app and you have to sign up first.


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Step 2. Add clouds

Click on "Add Clouds" on the tab to add OneDrive and Google Drive to MultCloud.


Add OneDrive and Google Drive
Add OneDrive and Google Drive to MultCloud

Note: You can only add ONE cloud at a time. To add multiple clouds, you need to repeat "Add Clouds" operation.

Step 3. Create Cloud Sync Task

Click on "Cloud Sync" to go to "Sync" interface. Then select OneDrive as the source cloud and Google Drive as the destination. Finally, click on "Sync Now" to complete the sync task.


Sync OneDrive to Google Drive
Sync OneDrive Storage to Google Drive

More about MultCloud

You are allowed to easily and quickly to sync OneDrive and Google Drive via MultCloud. Conversely, you can also sync Google Drive with OneDrive. Furthermore, besides "Cloud Transfer" and "Cloud Sync" functions, MultCloud also offers "Cloud Explorer" feature for you. You can find "Upload", "Share" and "Download" feature through "Cloud Explorer". With the help of it, you can quickly realize pCloud remote upload and safe file sharing if you want.

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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.