Google Photos vs Flickr
When it comes to online photo sharing, Flickr and Google Photos must be no more strange to most of us. Anyway, many people tend to use multiple services to share photos so that we end up using much more time and Internet bandwidth to upload the same set of photos across those websites. Not convenient at all.
If Flickr has been your choice now instead of Google Photos, you won’t be blamed since it offers 1TB free storage. The only problem you meet may be the fastest way to transfer Google Photos to Flickr. No one would like to download all things from Google Photos then reupload to Flickr especially when there exist numerous pictures. In order to deal with such kind of trouble, MultCloud comes out.
What is the use of MultCloud?
MultCloud is a free file transfer online application which puts multiple cloud drives together for managing and transferring files across them. Because it’s web based, you don’t need to install any software on phones or tablets. All operations can be done successfully on the web page.
Supported services in MultCloud: Dropbox, Evernote, Amazon Cloud Drive, Amazon S3, WebDav, Google Drive, Box, SugarSync, OneDrive, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, Hidrive, BaiDu, MediaFire, ownCloud, Alfresco, ADrive, Hubic, MySQL, MEGA and FTP/SFTP.
It seems handy to export Google Photos to Flickr by this token. In addition, MultCloud also allows you to sync files among several accounts of the same provider. Such as combine Flickr accounts. You’re probably excited to see how it works, so let’s get to the point.
Transfer Google Photos to Flickr with MultCloud
As Google Photos will be also listed in Google Drive, you can transfer Google Photos to Flickr directly on the Google Drive site with the help of MultCloud extension in Google Chrome browser.
Step 1: Visit Google Drive. First you need to make photos show up under My Drive.
Step 2: With extension installed, there should be a button TRANSFER TO CLOUD. Click it.
Step 3: You’ll be taken to the login page of MultCloud. Sign in or experience without signing up.
Step 4: Now you can choose the operation in order to transfer Google Photos to Flickr from this pop-up window. But please make sure the cloud drives have been added into MultCloud. MultCloud supports adding unlimited same vendors' accounts, please refer to merge Flickr accounts.
Step 5: So it’s ready to sync Google Photos to Flickr. Scheduled task is available too, which means something like Google Drive offline sync can be realized.
Tips: If you’ve organized files in folders, you may choose which folder for backup only.
At this point, don’t you feel more convenient to transfer Google Photos to Flickr with MultCloud? More options for clouds management under File Manager tab such as search across clouds, etc are also waiting for your exploration.
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