It’s a strategy to take advantage of the free storage of multiple cloud storage solutions (OneDrive, Google Drive, for example), and it’s necessary to save much money. But this is also a skillful job, especially when you want to transfer some files from one service to another. To avoid those complexity while working on cloud services, we recommend you MultCloud, a good helper and most importantly a free web-based app, so that you can easily control files on your multiple cloud services.
Next, we’ll show you how to transfer files from OneDrive to Google Drive with MultCloud, and make it an example.
How to transfer files from OneDrive to Google Drive?
Unlike manual moving of many software, MultCloud allows you to automatically transfer up to 10TB of files from OneDrive to Google Drive at no charge. In addition, you don’t need to download content from OneDrive and then upload to Google Drive, all works are done in the browser with MultCloud.
Step 1: Visit MultCloud and create a free account with “Sign up”. You need to enter your preferred email, username and password, then click the "Create Account" button. Also, MultCloud support to “Experiencing without signing up”.
Step 2: After you have activated your account from your email, please sign in. In next Window, click “Add Cloud Drives” to select OneDrive and click “Next” to go to the next step.
Authorize your Onedrive account by clicking the “Add OneDrive Account” button. Follow the instructions to grant MultCloud access to the account you are connecting to. Then add Google Drive account in the same way.
Step 3: After you have finished Google Drive and Onedrive integration, you can start the transferring task. Manage files in Onedrive. Operation options can be found from context menu. Check the files you want to transfer, and then select “Copy” & “Paste” or “Copy to” or move by dragging & dropping.
Tips: If there are too many data, transfer several times is better. Switch to transfer panel, then commit schedule transfer please.
In general, for people who own multiple cloud storage, you might as well try this web-based app - MultCloud. Plus, Google Chrome extension of MultCloud has been developed already. Instruction please go to: https://www.multcloud.com/tutorials/multcloud-google-chrome-app-extension-1004.html
*Update: A good news is that MultCloud added Cloud Sync service now. You can enjoy eight sync ways.