Cubby, a cloud syncing service works like Dropbox, Google Drive and some other storage. But two major differences that set it apart:
▪ You can sync not just the main “Cubby” folder. Right click any folder and tell it to sync with Cubby. No symlinks, checkbox menus, or other tweaks necessary.
▪ Every one will get free 5GB storage in the cloud but you can sync an unlimited amount of data between computers without paying a cent.
However, Cubby has a same problem as other clouds have. That is if you want to make Cubby sync between accounts, you’re not able to log in them simultaneously. So is there any solution? Luckily, MultCloud does the trick.
Manage multiple Cubby accounts via MultCloud
MultCloud is a web cloud manager which puts all cloud storage in one place. In this case, you can easily transfer files from one cloud to another cloud even to other accounts from the same provider, which means it’s possible to do Cubby sync between accounts or between computers without switching. Let’s see how it works.
First, sign in MultCloud or experience without signing up.
Second, add multiple Cubby accounts in use. (about data security)
Supported clouds: Dropbox, Evernote, Flickr, Amazon Cloud Drive, Amazon S3, WebDav, Google Drive, Box, SugarSync, OneDrive, CloudMe, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, Hidrive, BaiDu, MediaFire, ownCloud, Alfresco, ADrive, hubiC, MySQL, MEGA and FTP/SFTP.
After that, it’s ready to move files or do Cubby sync between accounts through copy options from the contextmenu.
Tips: Regular functions like drag and move, rename, delete, etc work like they do in Windows Explorer or Finder in Mac OS X.
If you intend to backup/transfer documents regularly, you can set under “Transfer” tab.
Tips: Every user will get 2TB free traffic at first but you can get 10TB by sharing a message from the link in the upper right corner.
There are also many other features such as search across clouds waiting for your exploration in MultCloud.
Update: Sync task can be completed directly in Cloud Sync window since MultCloud 4.0 version.