Go to the CloudSwap.io registration page (click here) and register for a free account.
Please make sure to check your email inbox (also Spam folder) for the confirmation email.
You’ll need the link to activate your account. If you have issues in receiving this email confirmation, please rise a support case with us (click here).
After confirmation of the account (using the link from your email), log in to the CloudSwap.io portal (click here)
Go to the “Migration Manager” section and follow the migration wizard.
Start by adding a new cloud storage source for our migration by clicking on the “Add a new connector” button.
Select OneDrive from the cloud storage providers and click on “Authorize” to establish the link between CloudSwap.io and Microsoft OneDrive.
To establish the connector, after you authenticate on OneDrive’s login page, you must accept the permissions displayed on the screen to complete the process.
Enter a name for your OneDrive cloud connector and click on the “Save Connector” button
Select the Google Drive connector from the cloud storage providers and click on “Authorize” to establish the link between CloudSwap.io and the Google.
After you authenticate on Google’s login page, you must accept the permissions displayed on the screen to complete the process.
Click again on the Migration Manager wizard and select Google Drive as cloud source for our migration
Now select Microsoft OneDrive as the destination for our files transfer
If you want to migrate and copy shared folders from Google Drive to OneDrive, make sure you enable this by clicking on the “Migrate Shared files” Step (4).
Add a name for your transfer and click on the “Save Migration” to continue the migration process
Click on “Start migration” to continue.
We recommend to double-check the file naming and size restriction applied to each cloud provider.
After the cloud file transfer is completed, you will receive an email with the details of the migration.
You can also check this at any time in the Reports and Activity section for all your cloud transfers.