No one would like to auto upload Dropbox to Flickr by manually downloading files to the local disk then re-uploading again. So a lot of people tried to find a software to help them. Many apps sync Dropbox to Flickr automatically indeed, but they also execute with local workings, which will occupy much local storage. Then, for those who’re still distressed about this problem, here comes a right web app called MultCloud.
MultCloud -- auto upload Dropbox to Flickr even after power off
MultCloud is designed to combine cloud storage into one so that users don’t have to switch different accounts umpteen times. Since it’s a web app, you don’t have to install any client, either. Now, let’s see how to auto upload Dropbox to Flickr without local workings via MultCloud.
First, you’d better get a MultCloud account or experience without signing up.
Second, add Dropbox and Flickr accounts(check security). By the way, it’s possible to add several accounts from the same provider.
Other supported clouds: 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.
Third, go to “Transfer” tab. Select the source and destination. After that, you can set schedule task from the lower right button.
There’re 4 schedule modes available. You may set according to your demands and MultCloud will transfer/move/copy from Dropbox to Flickr automatically even after power off when it arrives the exact time. (Update: MultCloud added Cloud Sync Service since 4.0 version. Automation task become more easier than before.)
Other useful features in MultCloud
Of course, as a cloud manager, apart from auto uploading Dropbox to Flickr, MultCloud offers many other functions. Such as “Copy”, “Rename”, “Delete”, etc from the contextmenu, work like they do in Windows Explorer or Finder in Mac OS X.
In case you are looking for any document urgently, just type the keywords or even the suffix in the search box. MultCloud will help you search across clouds immediately.