Cloud storage is very convenient in today’s information age, you can gain access to all your files from any computer wherever you are. Because of this convenience, each of us is registered more than one cloud service, such as Dropbox, OneDive, Google Drive and so on. Having all of this free space is excellent, but navigating to all the different sites in order to manage them can quickly become laborious. Thankfully there is now a solution that simplifies the process. MultCloud lets you combine cloud services all in one place and transfer files between the different cloud services for free, now this product has been upgraded to version 3.6. MultCloud 3.6 supports 24 services: OneDive, Google Drive, Dropbox, Amazon S3, SugarSync, Box, Copy, HiDrive, WebDAV, hubs, FTP/SFTP and so on. Each account does not limit, you can transfer files from one one drive accounts to another anytime anywhere.
Go to www.multcloud.com.
Fill in the form to create a new account. Remember that it’s always a good idea to use a different password to the one you use for your other cloud storage accounts, and make it a mixture of letters, numbers, and symbols for increased security.
Once you’ve filled in the details you’ll be sent a confirmation email. You’ll need to click on the included link to complete setting up the account. Log in again, then you can begin work on linking your various online storage options to Multcloud.
The screen now shows the various online storage services that work with Multcloud. If you don’t have accounts with any of them you can follow the links above Display Name, that will take you to the relevant site to create one.
To link an account select the service by clicking on its icon, then click the blue Add Account button. This redirects you to the service’s website where you need to log in and then give permission for the Multcloud app to access your data.
When you’ve added an account or two you’ll see that the Multcloud page changes to show a list of the files available. The left-hand column displays the names of the accounts you’ve already linked, and to add more click Add Cloud Drive.
You navigate the files just as you would on any other library on your computer. Select the storage drive you want from the list in the left column, choose whichever folder holds the data you require, then double click on the file to see it previewed.
One problem we did encounter was that for some reason documents don’t seem to Preview at the moment. Clicking on one just results in a blank box where the words should appear. Hopefully, this is fixed in the near future. Images files were fine.
To transfer files between different services go to the drive that holds the data you want to move, find the folder or file then right-click on it. Now select copy, navigate to the destination drive and paste it there.
To upload files from your PC (the download feature will be enabled soon), select which destination folder you want, then click Upload from the top of the screen. You’ll be presented with a pop-up box in which you select the file/folder, then it’s immediately uploaded backup tool .