How do I Copy & Paste Files Between Cloud Services?
Nowadays, there are many cloud services in the world, such as public cloud drives: Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, MEGA, Amazon S3 and so on. Other store files in the cloud apps like Evernote, Flicker, etc. Some countries even have their special cloud services, for example: Yandex in Russia and BaiDu in China. People like to try new and fresh things, especially young people, most of them created different brand clouds’ accounts to try their characteristics. More accounts has advantages, you have more free space in this way, you may find the suit for yourself one at the end.
However, some people find it’s hard to choose only one, give up others. Thus, they have several accounts all the time, and use them in different ways. More accounts has disadvantages too. With time goes by, you may forget files save in which cloud. And when you want to use the file in another cloud drive, you have to download and reupload. Cloud companies don’t develop tools to transfer files to other brand cloud. But some third-party apps does. Now, with the released of MultCloud, you don’t need to download first to the local disk and then reupload to another cloud, you can transfer files directly via copy&paste.
MultCloud is a web app, transmit task is doing in one window, or say, one webpage. The latest version of MultCloud is 4.5.5. it supports English, Portuguese, France, German, Chinese, Japanese. Supported clouds are: Dropbox for Business, Google Drive, Google Drive for G suite, Box, Google Photos, Amazon S3, Amazon Cloud Drive, SugarSync, Backblaze, Alfresco, hubiC, Backblaze, Evernote, OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, MEGA, Egnyte, pCloud, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, Put.io, HiDrive, MySQL, Flickr, MediaFire, ownCloud, ADrive, BaiDu, WebDav and FTP/SFTP. You see, not only personal account, but also enterprise account: Dropbox for Business and OneDrive for Business. Not only public cloud, but also private cloud like ownCloud. Although there are limited cloud brand supported, but you can add unlimited accounts in MultCloud to help you manage them.
MultCloud is a multiple cloud storage manager, which could help you combine all clouds in one place, you can manage them together. MultCloud is free to start, sign in it through its official website. If you haven’t get an account yet, you can try guest access way or experience without signing up, they are the same entrance. MultCloud will give you a random username and password. In MultCloud, the first step is adding cloud account into it, since MultCloud applies OAuth security system, some clouds don’t need to input username and password in MultCloud, the adding process is completed in the cloud official site. Some cloud services need to enter username and password in MultCloud such as FTP, etc. But rest assured, MultCloud won’t save you information as well as your data, because it is not a storage, but a transmitter.
After adding, you can manage files in the cloud in MultCloud’s panel. Right click a file, you can see operations are like in Windows Explorer: create, delete, download, rename, cut, copy, preview, share, encryption and so on. Copy&paste and Copy to can realize moving file from this cloud to another. Upload and Share are two powerful functions. The former one allows you to upload files to cloud via download url or drag from local disk. The latter Share has share management center under Cloud Explorer, you can manage shares, create different kinds of share links. MultCloud’s share function can take the place of some cloud’s original one.
Core feature of MultCloud is transfer. Copy&paste is simple transfer, professional transfer task please switch to Cloud Transfer interface. Set destination and target, it can be the whole cloud, folder, or concrete file. Then set additional options like schedule transfer, skip, overwritten, filter and email notification. MultCloud supports transferring even after power off. MultCloud makes file transfer directly between clouds come true. And it is a web app, you don’t have to install any client first.
Besides transfer, there is Cloud Sync interface. Sync and transfer are similar, the biggest difference of sync is that it is two-way, while transfer is one-way. MultCloud provides eight sync methods: simple sync, mirror sync, move sync, cumulative sync, update sync, incremental backup sync, full backup sync and two-way sync. Default is one-way sync, click the arrow in the center could convert to two-way sync. Other settings are similar to Cloud Transfer, options has email notification and filter.
MultCloud free plan gives you 50GB data traffic per month. Transfer and sync cost traffic. If you need more, you can upgrade to premium account or earn more. Click the gift box button at the top right, just share to your SNS: facebook, twitter, etc. At most 2GB free traffic one day, 10GB free traffic one month. One you have MultCloud, transfer files to other clouds become easier than before, and MultCloud is a great management tool. Now enjoy you cloud life with MultCloud simple!
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