How do I transfer Google Photos to Another Account quickly? 3 free & tested ways to help transfer Google Photos from one account to another will be introduced in this post.
If you want to switch accounts, you should move all your photos from old one to the new one. Usually, it happens when you graduate from school or resign from your company; you have to take your personal photos from school or work account to your own account. So, here comes a question on how to achieve moving photos from one Google Photos account to Another. Continue to read on below and you will find the right method.
Step 1. Go to Google Photos official website and log in your first account.
Step 2. Select your first pictures.
Step 3. Scroll the mouse to the end.
Step 5. Press "Shift" and select your last pictures.
Step 6. Click "Download" button.
Step 7. Log in your second account through Google Photos official website.
Step 8. Click "Upload" button to upload these photos downloaded from your first account to your second account.
This is the most common way that you are most probably to come up with to transfer Google Photos to another account. But it's somehow troublesome and needs much of your operation.
Step 1. Log in your first Google Photos account through its official website.
Step 2. Create a new Albums and add 2000 photos into it.
Step 3. Put the pointer on this Albums, click the three dots symbol(More options) and click "Share album" and type your second account to receive the invitation.
Step 4. Log in your Gmail account and click the link you have received to view these photos.
Step 5. Select all photos and click "Add to album" icon to add them to your second account.
The biggest advantage is that you don’t have to download, then re-upload everything to your second account compared to the solution 1. But again, this way takes time if you have many pictures in your old account.
Is there a faster and more convenient way that can help transfer photos from one Google account to another directly without encountering above situations? Read the solution 3 to get the answer.
There is a much easier way to solve your problem, which enables you to directly migrate photos from one account to another. Yet, it needs you to rely on a third party program, professional and reliable cloud transfer manager tool, MultCloud. You can follow below steps to transfer pictures between Google Photos accounts.
Step 1. Create one MultCloud account.
Step 2. On the main interface of this tool, move to “Add Clouds” tab and scroll down to select “Google Photos” in the list. Then, follow the easy guidance to finish adding task.
Step 3. Add another Google Photos account following the same way above.
Step 4. Go to "Cloud Transfer" tab, select the Google Photos directory where your personal pictures locates as source and your own Photos account as destination. Click "Transfer Now" to start moving images from one Google Photos account to another.
If you want to sync Google Photos to another account, you can follow the operations from this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j2MrY8IA9z4.
You may find it's very easy to transfer Google Photos to another account following any solutsions above. If the third solution suits you better, you may find MultCloud has more advanced features.
As a multi-cloud drives manager, MultCloud supports most mainstram cloud drives like Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, Mega, Flickr, etc. It enables you to link all cloud drives together in one platform and manage multiple cloud accounts (create, delete, copy, cut, paste, rename, etc.) just like in Windows explorer.
In addition to "Cloud Transfer" feature, it also has "Cloud Sync" feature. For "Cloud Sync" feature, it can help sync or back up files from one account to another without downloading and uploading. For example, if you want to sync Google Photos with OneDrive, you can make full use of it.
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.