How To Integrate Google Drive And Dropbox
Drag the Google Drive icon to the box on the left. Now you will be taken to a page where you will be asked to link your Google Drive account and choose which folders you want replicated. You can choose to have your entire Google Drive account replicated or choose specific folders. Once you have made your choices, you will be returned to the cloudHQ sync wizard. Now drag the Dropbox icon to the box on the right and you will be asked to link your Dropbox folder and choose which folder to export your files to. On the settings page you can choose two-way sync between Google Drive and Dropbox or you can choose one-way sync from Google Drive to Dropbox. By choosing the one-way sync, you can prevent any files in Google Drive being deleted if you accidentally delete important files in Dropbox.
Once you have successfully set up your sync pair, cloudHQ will start replicating all data from the folders you specified. The cloudHQ service runs in the background completely invisible to the user, so there is no disruption as the user works. All new files added to the Google Drive folder will be instantly replicated to Dropbox. Any revisions to existing files in the Google Drive folder will be instantly replicated to the Dropbox folder. CloudHQ is the perfect solution that binds the cloud together.
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