Manage photos online
Photos are some kind of important files we’ll ever create. An increasingly number of photos are saved on our cameras or phones year by year waiting for us to back them up. Maybe you’ve heard some people complain that they can’t take any more photos because their smart phones are out of storage. So there’s real value in using dedicated photo services. Auto-uploading features are now standard, whenever you snap a photo, it’ll be quickly backed up to the cloud.
OneDrive, formerly known as SkyDrive, is one of cloud services chosen by many users. It’s linked with Microsoft, which means if you have a Microsoft email account, you already got OneDrive. While three years ago, Flickr appeared to be making a comeback, fresh off a redesign and an offer of 1 TB in free storage. Yahoo’s venerable photo solution had fresh appeal for both amateur and professional photographers. Thus, some users decide to transfer photos from OneDrive to Flickr. Flickr seems a better place as for the storage, especially for people who keep photos mainly. But what’s the best way to do it?
How to transfer photos from OneDrive to Flickr?
When there exist hundreds of photos, no one would like to sync OneDrive to Flickr by downloading all files to the local disk first. So an easier way is recommended here -- transferring through MultCloud. It is a free web app that can help you transfer files from one cloud to another cloud or another account of the same provider directly on the web page. Let’s see how it works.
1) Above all, you need a MultCloud account.
2) After logging in, link OneDrive to Flickr by adding them into MultCloud.
Supported cloud services: Dropbox, Evernote, Amazon Cloud Drive, Amazon S3, WebDav, Google Drive, Box, SugarSync, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, Hidrive, BaiDu, MediaFire, ownCloud, Alfresco, ADrive, Hubic, MySQL, MEGA and FTP/SFTP.
3) Now OneDrive with Flickr integration is finished. You’re able to transfer photos from OneDrive to Flickr in 3 methods. The first way, just drag target documents.
The second approach, right click photos and select “Copy” or “Copy to”. If you choose a specific file, you’ll find there are also other options in the context menu such as “Preview”, “Share”, etc.
Last method to move files from OneDrive to Flick, go to Transfer tab. Select source and destination clouds. You can transfer a particular folder. Plus, if you need to do backup regularly, click the drop-down button near “Run Now”, schedule settings is available there.
Like the picture shows, MultCloud provides the schedule setting as well.
Isn’t easy to transfer photos from Onedrive to Flickr with MultCloud? In addition, as we mentioned before, integrating multiple accounts of the same brand cloud is also possible. For example, combine Flickr accounts. By the way, in case that you may forget the location of any file, MultCloud enables you to search across clouds.