Nowadays, people are paying more and more attention to data security that making cloud storage much more popular. Google Photos is an excellent photo sharing and storage service developed by Google. In general, as long as you set the storage settings to "High quality," you can get unlimited photo storage for photos up to 1080p resolution. But to pursue the original resolution and quality of photos and videos, you might choose "Original quality" to store the photos, and this will use storage quantity in the users' Google account. As more original photos are stored, users may prefer to recreate a new account to enjoy more free storage space.
It’s not uncommon now to have multiple Google accounts. Google can also easily manage multiple accounts. However, transferring photos between Google accounts is not easy. Thus, if anyone want to transfer photos from one Google account to another, is there a straightforward way to migrate photos quickly?
How to move photos between two google accounts?
Here, I will introduce you 3 ways to transfer photos from one Google Photos account to another Google Photos. Choose a method you like based on your situation.
Method 1: Transfer photos via Download and Upload
1. Log in to your first Google Photos account.
2. Select the photos which you want to move.
3. Click “Download” icon located at the top right corner.
4. Log in to your second Google Photos account.
5. Drag all the downloaded images into the second account to upload them.
Method 2: Migrate google photos images between accounts via Link sharing
1. Browse to photos.google.com in the source Google account.
2. Select the photo you want to move.
3. Click the Share icon located in the top right corner of the display.
4. In the pop-out windows, enter the email address of your second Google Account. Then click the Send icon.
Note: You can also copy this link and share it with anyone else on any other media.
5. Open the second Google Account you shared the link to.
6. Open the link and click the "View Photos" button, you can view all images you share here.
Note: After viewing the images, you can also download them to your local computer.
Method 3: Transfer photos between google accounts with Multcloud
MultCloud is a free Web-based app that allows multiple cloud users to set up connectors of different cloud services to MultCloud and sync or transfer files between cloud drives like Google Drive, OneDrive, MEGA, box, pCloud, WebDav, FTP server, etc.
Let’s see how to transfer photos from one Google account to another:
1. Free to sign up MultCloud or experience without signing up.
2. Enter MultCloud and add Google accounts. Select Google Photos at “Add Cloud Drive” and type a display name, then jump to the Google official page and authorize it.
3. Repeat previous step to add another Google account. Now you can visit photos in two Google accounts on the interface of MultCloud.
4. Right click the photos, you can find “Copy” options. It is like in Windows explorer, copy & paste to transfer the photos.
Note: Google Photos cannot transfer as a target cloud now. But if you want to migrate Google Photos images to other Clouds such as OneDrive, Dropbox, etc., you can select "Copy to" feature by right clicking the photos or use "Cloud Transfer" function to transfer photos easier.
All three methods have their own advantages, but I would suggest you choose the third one. The reason behind is easy to understand. Suppose you have a lot of photos to transfer, and if you choose the first method, downloading and uploading will waste a lot of time. If you use the second method, you will find that all the photos you share need to be renamed one by one. This is very troublesome. In summary, the third method does not require you to switch accounts and you can transfer photos from one Google account to another freely by copying and pasting.
Now you see transferring photos between two Google accounts with MultCloud is simple. MultCloud even supports transferring after power off, it will complete cloud-to-cloud data transmission for you offline. And more, scheduling cloud transfer is also available and it can help you to automatically transfer, sync or backup data between cloud drives at at a regular interval or for a special timing. In a word, MultCloud is an excellent multiple cloud storage manager.