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Moving files from Google drive to Dropbox

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I have a folder of .jpg and .mov files in a shared Google drive folder, which I want to move to a folder in Dropbox. Can I do this without having to download them from Google drive onto my Mac and then upload into Dropbox? Can I just transfer them from one to the other? Thank you!

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Re: Moving files from Google drive to Dropbox

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Can I just transfer them from one to the other?

There are third-party services that can do this for you. One such service is mover.io. There are likely others out there as well.

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Re: Moving files from Google drive to Dropbox

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Can I just transfer them from one to the other?

There are third-party services that can do this for you. One such service is mover.io. There are likely others out there as well.

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Re: Moving files from Google drive to Dropbox

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Thank you Rich R.

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Re: Moving files from Google drive to Dropbox

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If you have an Android device you can do this using X-Plore file manager, by LonelyCatGames.com. X-Plore uses the API of the two clouds to act as intermediate client. You login on both Drive and Dropbox and you copy the folder from one pane to the other. True, the data goes via your device (wifi recommended), but at least you only give one copy command and then wait for its completion.

 

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