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Best Way to Transfer Files from OneDrive to MEGA

Author Delores

Posted by @Delores

Feb. 17, 2020 | 3 mins read

Author Delores

Delores

Senior Editor at multcloud.com. A movie lover and always be willing to resolve product-related issues.

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Preface

MEGA and OneDrive are cloud storage services that let you access your files at any time and on any device. They both have similar features. OneDrive's biggest strength is that it works closely with Microsoft Office apps, such as Word or PowerPoint, so when you launch one of those applications, you will see a list of recent documents saved on OneDrive.

However, anyone with a Microsoft account will only get 5GB of free storage on OneDrive, which in turn is the biggest strength of MEGA because MEGA gives users 50 GB of free space and that’s why many people transfer from OneDrive to MEGA. But there comes a question on how to transfer from OneDrive to MEGA?

Our first thought is to download files from OneDrive to the local PC and then manually upload them to MEGA. Yes, that’s the common way we usually use. But, here in this article, we will offer you a FREE and new way to copy between OneDrive and MEGA without downloading and uploading with the help of MultCloud.

How to Transfer Files from OneDrive to MEGA with MultCloud?

MultCloud, as a FREE cloud to cloud file transfer manager tool, provides access to multiple cloud storage services in one place. It eliminates the need to visit multiple websites or install several client apps to access all of your files. Let’s see how it works.

Step 1. Create one MultCloud account. Or you could create one temp account through “Experience without signing up” option to have a test.


Sign Up
Sign Up

Step 2. Click “Add Clouds” to add OneDrive from the listed cloud drives below to MultCloud.


Add OneDrive
Add OneDrive

Step 3. Authorize MultCloud to access your OneDrive account.


Add OneDrive Account
Add OneDrive Account

Step 4. Follow the same steps above to add MEGA to MultCloud.


Add MEGA Cloud
Add MEGA Cloud

Step 5. After you have finished adding OneDrive and MEGA account to MultCloud, you can transfer files from OneDrive to MEGA through “Cloud Explorer”. Open OneDrive account, select files you want to transfer in OneDrive, right-click them and select “Copy to” option and select “MEGA” cloud from the open window.


Copy Files to MEGA
Copy Files to MEGA

Notes:

  • If you want to transfer all files and folders from OneDrive to MEGA, you can use “Cloud Transfer” because it supports transferring folders or entire cloud drive as the source.
  • If there is a lot of data in OneDrive, there is no need to wait for the process to complete to close the page because MultCloud supports transferring files in the background as long as the task starts.
  • To test super-fast transfer speed, you can upgrade your account to the premium account so MultCloud uses 10 threads to transfer files at once.

Summary

As you can see, you can easily transfer files from OneDrive to MEGA in just 5 steps. In addition to “Cloud Explorer” utility, MultCloud also has “Cloud Transfer” and “Cloud Sync”.

For “Cloud Transfer”, it can help you transfer files across cloud drives from one place directly. If you want to migrate Dropbox to OneDrive account, you can use this feature.

For “Cloud Sync”, it allows you to create sync relationships from one cloud to another. Currently, it supports 8 sync modes. If you want to move video from Google Drive to Google Photos, you can make full use of it.

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  • 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.