App for Google Docs&Evernote sync
Evernote is a powerful note taking application that makes it easy to capture ideas, images, contacts as well as anything else you need to remember. And Google Docs is an online word processor that enables you to create text documents. Collaboratively edit them with other people in real time.
A lot of users who employ both these two cloud services would like to make Google Docs and Evernote sync not only for data backup but also for a better management. But they can not find out a way to do it. Fortunately, here comes MultCloud which can help you access all cloud storage in one place with only one-time login.
Supported cloud services: Dropbox, Flickr, Amazon Cloud Drive, Amazon S3, WebDav, Box, OneDrive, SugarSync, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, Hidrive, BaiDu, MediaFire, ownCloud, Alfresco, ADrive, Hubic, MySQL, MEGA and FTP/SFTP.
Steps for integrating Google Docs with Evernote
As known, files in Google Docs also appear in Google Drive. Thus, Google docs with Evernote integration is the same as Google Drive and Evernote connection. Now, Google Chrome browser has developed the extension of MultCloud. With its help, you can directly realize Google Docs to Evernote sync from the web page of Google Drive.
“TRANSFER TO CLOUD” will come out after the extension is installed. Click that button. If you haven’t logged in MultCloud yet, you need to do it here.
It’s possible to sync Google Docs to Evernote in this step but the premise is that both Google Drive and Evernote have been added.
Like the picture shows, MultCloud provides the schedule setting as well.
Update : Now you can use MultCloud's Cloud Sync service directly, there are eight sync ways.
Tips : More useful features from contextmenu are available waiting for your exploration.
Google Docs Evernote sync is just a tip of the iceberg. In fact, not only the transmission between different clouds can be easily accomplished in MultCloud, but also the synchronization among several accounts of the same provider is realizable such as combine Evernote accounts or combine Flickr accounts, etc.
As for data security, MultCloud applies 256-bit AES Encryption for SSL in data transfer. It’s an advanced encryption that will effectively protect your data from being tampered, intercepted, and cracked. The authorization system of MultCloud is based on OAuth which is a standard authorization framework that enables third-party applications to build up a connection to cloud services without username and password required. So rest assured of using Multcloud!