Reasons of using Dropbox and OneDrive together

Dropbox and OneDrive are two of the most well-known cloud storages for the past few years. Storing personal data on cloud has risk in deed yet the benefit you gain overpasses its potential risk. As time goes by, an increasing number of personal and business files are created on our computers, tablets, and mobile phones and so on. We truly need more storage to keep those data safe. Except for storage on physical disk, cloud storage of various Clouds is also a good choice.

Dropbox is a powerful cloud storage which will take your docs anywhere since it supports all popular movable and unmovable platforms, PC, Mac, Android, iPad, iPhone, and Windows Phone. Surely OneDrive also provides such convenience. However, Dropbox allows you to send any kind of file from photos and music to Adobe files to friends, families or colleagues with a simple link, even if they don’t have a Dropbox account. From another perspective of view, OneDrive wins slightly at low-price storage. Once you sign up an account of Office365 currently, you’ll get much free storage. Except the difference between Dropbox and OneDrive, both of them have “for Business” plan service.

Anyway, each of them has own advantages. It is really a good plan to connect Dropbox and OneDrive together just like you connect OneDrive to Google Drive if you happen to have accounts of both of them. You can easily realize Dropbox and OneDrive sync after doing that.

Using Dropbox and OneDrive in same folder via MultCloud

MultCloud, as its name indicates, is a web app used to manage multiple cloud storages. It is like an online version of Windows Explorer so you won’t feel difficult in operating it. This application is designed for saving time of moving files from site to site back and forth when you hold multiple cloud accounts. Clouds can communicate with each other, isn’t that cool? In addition, other than this basic function, MultCloud provides cloud explorer, cloud sync and cloud transfer three main features for free. It has Free and Premium two plans for different groups of users and even the free plan offers 2TB data traffic. This program supports nearly thirty brands of cloud including FTP, OneDrive (for business), Dropbox (for business), WebDAV, Cloudme etc. Thus, syncing OneDrive with Dropbox is just a small case. Sign up to learn how to use these two clouds together or you can experience without signing up first.

Once you log in, click Add Clouds at the end of the tool bar to add one cloud first, add OneDrive first for instance. You should be clear about the type of your OneDrive, free or for business. Tick the right OneDrive icon and click Next.

Add Clouds OneDrive

Then, edit the display name if you wish to. Click Add OneDrive Account to authorize to MultCloud. No password and username required. Click Allow in the pop-up window.

Add OneDrive Account

Now you have successfully added OneDrive to MultCloud. Repeat above moves to add Dropbox this time. After that, you can transfer large files between them by click Cloud Transfer at the top. Scheduled transfer is also available.

Cloud Transfer

Or you can perform Cloud Sync through different sync ways. Click Options to set more customized configurations.

Cloud Sync

Quite easy to use Dropbox and OneDrive together, isn’t it? As a matter of fact, MultCloud allows you to use Google Drive as FTP server. Besides, there is no limitation in adding more than one Dropbox or OneDrive account to MultCloud. You can add as many as you have and transfer files between these accounts.


Multcloud Key Features

  • Cloud Transfer

    Transfer files in cloud drives, FTP and WebDav for easily file management and information delivery.

  • Cloud Sync

    Sync two clouds or directories in two clouds through two-way sync or one-way sync.

  • Cloud Explorer

    Combine multiple cloud storages into one and manage them like in Windows explorer.