The benefit of importing Evernote to SugarSync
If you use multiple cloud drives, and store data on those different cloud drives. While storing data on those cloud drives, you may get into another trouble: you need to open multiple websites or install several clients apps to access all of your files. For example, when you need to use both data on your Evernote cloud drive and SugarSync cloud drive, you need open two websites for accessing all your data, but if you import the content from Evernote to SugarSync, you only need to open SugarSync to using the data in one place.
How to import Evernote to SugarSync?
To import Evernote to SugarSync, here we highly recommend MultCloud, which is like an online version of Windows Explorer, and provides access to multiple cloud storage services in one place. You can use it to manage files on your cloud drives, or transfer files across cloud drives. If you want to import Evernote to SugarSync, or just want to browse all of your cloud drive accounts in a single browser tab, such as Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive, WebDAV, SugarSync, FTP, Copy, Amazon, Cloudme, Cubby, Mydrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, Hidrive, Baidu, MediaFire, OwnCloud, Alfresco, ADrive, Flickr, HubiC, Mysql, Evernote, MEGA, Box, AmazonS3, EgnyteMultCloud lets you do it. But for importing Evernote to SugarSync, here you need to create a MultCloud account to start.
Get into the MultCloud website, click Create an Account or Sign up.
Then, type in your email address, name and password to sign up.
Only need the simple information, you can own your own MultCloud, and add all your cloud storage drive to your MultCloud for managing them in a single browser tab. Click Add Cloud Drives in the main interface to add all your cloud drives to your MultCloud. Here you need to select Evernote and SugarSync to add them to MultCloud one by one.
After adding cloud drives, you will see all your cloud drives are list in the left side. You can browse all files on different cloud drives here by clicking the name of your cloud drives.
If you want to import content from one cloud drive to another, here you can use the Cloud Transfer function, which is on the top of the website. Click it and it will display you the following picture. Take import Evernote to SugarSync as an example, here you need to select Evernote and SugarSync as the directory and target directory, like the marks in the screenshot. Then, click Transfer Now to execute the task.
- The Options is for you to setup more for your transferring like make an email notification, setup an exclude/include files from being transfer, etc.
- The Schedule is for you to setup an automatic transferring in daily, weekly, monthly, or just once.
- What's more, you can also try MultCloud's Cloud Sync service.
MultCloud is such a great app that you can access all your cloud drives with one login for managing files and transferring files across cloud drives. With it, you can control your different services from a single interface. It is a great cloud file migration tool.