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How to Move Photos from Flickr to Google Drive?

How to move phtos from Flickr to Google Drive? This article will tell you the easiest way to move Flickr to Google drive with MultCloud.

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Posted by @Cherry

Aug 5, 2016 | 3 mins read

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Cherry

Senior editor at MultlCoud who are especially good at cloud backup and restore.

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Scenario

“I’m using two cloud drive Flickr and Google Drive. I stored my photos on my Flickr, but now I want to move my photos to the Google Drive. I know that I can download photos from Flickr to my local hard drive, then, upload them to my Google Drive. What disturbed me is the way will take a lot of time, the downloading and uploading speed depends on the data size and the network speed. So, here is my question, is there anyway that I can move photos from Flickr to Google Drive faster?”

How to move photos from Flickr to Google Drive faster?

To move from Flickr to Google Drive, the MultCloud can help a lot. MultCloud is a tool that can put multiple cloud storage services into one free App for managing and transferring files in a faster way. For example, you can use it to migrate files from MEGA to another cloud drive, migrate files from Dropbox to Google Drive, etc. MultCloud supports many cloud storage services including Google Drives, AmazonS3, Dropbox, Box, OneDrive, FTP, Amazon, Cloudme, Cubby, Mydrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, Hidrive, Baidu, MediaFire, ownCloud, Alfresco, ADrive, Flickr, HubiC, Mysql, Evernote, MEGA, SugarSync.

First, get into http://www.multcloud.com, click Create an Account or Sign up to get an MultCloud account.


Sign Up
Sign Up

Then, type the information needed in the following. Click Create Account. Then, get into your Email to activate your account by the link they sent to you.


Create Account
Create Account

Move Flickr to Google Drive, you need add them to your MultCloud. Click Add Cloud Drives, select Flickr, click "Next".


Select Flickr
Select Flickr

Then, click "Add Flickr Account" to add it to your MultCloud. If you used your Email to register Flickr, it will skip to a page that tells you “this is a third-party service. If you don’t trust it with access to your account, then you should not authorize it.” Here, click “OK, I’LL AUTHORIZE IT”.


Add Flickr
Add Flickr

Then, you should click "Add Cloud Drives" again, then, select "Google Drive" to add it to your MultCloud account with the same steps above. When you add the Google Drive to MultCloud, it will need your permission to have offline access. After adding Flickr and Google Drive to your account, you can move photos from Flickr to Google Drive in a faster way. Click "Transfer" at the top.


Transfer
Transfer

To move photos from Flickr to Google Drive, select the photos folder in Flickr as the source directory, and select Google Drive as the destination directory at the following page. Click Run Now, it will start move photos from Flickr to Google Drive.


Move Photos
Move Photos

Summary

Using MultCloud to move Flickr photos to Google Drive is simple and fast, and it can work offline, which is convenient for users. If you need go while you launch the task, you can set up a notification in "Options" and shut down your computer, it will sent an email to tell you that the task is finished. MultCloud is also a remarkable cloud file migration tool, which can simply migrate files between different cloud drives. Besides, you can use it to do a scheduled file copy, and many more. MultCloud added Cloud Sync service now.

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