How To Transfer Google Photos to Multiple Clouds


There can be many reasons why you may want to transfer Google Photos to other cloud services. Maybe you want to save storage by having data in multiple clouds, or you want to have additional backups in case Google Photos fails you one day. 

Whatever your reasoning, the process to manually transfer Google Photos data to other cloud services is very difficult. Although you can use Google Takeout to download all your data and then upload it to different cloud services, this will consume too much time and resources.

If you don’t want to do that, we got you covered. In this post, we will tell you how you can easily do it automatically.

Enter Easy Cloud Manager to Bulk Move Google Photos 

With the help of a cloud migration utility, you can automate the process by handling file transfer in the cloud. You just need to set it up once, and the app will finish the transfer on cloud. 

Below are some reasons why Easy Cloud Manager is the right choice:

If you are convinced to try Easy Cloud Manager, let’s see how to use it:

How To Use Easy Cloud Manager to Transfer Google Photos to Other Clouds 

First, sign up for an account as it will be used to manage your cloud accounts in one place and see the ‘files transfer’ history on the SaaS dashboard. Afterward, log in and you’ll see a bunch of cloud services including Google Drive, Google Photos, Amazon S3, Box, Dropbox, pCloud, Google Workspace, and OneDrive Business.

Here, click on Google Photos and provide the required permissions to manage photos. You can then click and authenticate the cloud services where you want to transfer your Google Photos data. Once added, you’ll find all your cloud services under the My Cloud Drives section.

Now move to the Operations tab and pick Google Photos in the Select Source option and any other cloud storage in the Select Target option.

You’ll be able to see the folders in your cloud storage where you can move the data. Furthermore, there are customization options below to further adjust what you want to transfer. This includes managing files migration based on file type, size, and time.

When you are done adjusting, click on Transfer Now to immediately start the cloud file migration or click on Schedule Task to do it later or on a recurring basis.

The transfer process will show in the Tasks tab where you can see its current state and even cancel it. You can close the tab once the transfer has started, the file migration will continue over the cloud.

Do keep in mind that this transfer works both ways. You can also move data from other cloud services to Google Photos, like transferring Google Drive data to Google Photos, and you can move data inbetween two different Google Photos accounts.