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Uploading files remotely is the fastest way to copy a file from server to server. This method is commonly done by a webmaster or medium computer user who wants to save a lot of time.

By uploading files remotely, of course, we do not need to download and upload files if you intend to copy them. Enough to paste the file link, then the file can move in an instant!

But, file storage sites like Google Drive, Dropbox, Box, etc. do not provide remote file upload features. So that’s why sogellizer.uk always updates articles related to this.

My previous article entitled How To Upload Files To Google Drive From URL is now not functioning properly, since the third party’s site is permanently closed. So, I will explain other ways in this article.

For those of you who want to upload files remotely to file storage sites such as Google Drive, Dropbox, Box, etc, the method below you can do.

 

How to Remote Upload Files to Google Drive, Dropbox, Box, etc :

 

1. Make sure you already have an account from Google Drive, Dropbox, or Box. If you don’t have one, you can register first before continuing this step.
 

2. The second session is registering on a third party site called Multcloud. This is the site where we can upload files remotely to the file storage site Google Drive, Dropbox, Box, etc.
 

3. If you already have a Multcloud account and one of the file storage sites, you can now link the two to connect.

INFO: Multcloud is a trusted cloud control site that manages many drives in one dashboard. You can use it to manage drives like Google Drive, Dropbox, Box, Mega, Mediafire, HubiC, pCloud, OneDrive, and many more.
 

4. Enter the Multcloud dashboard with the account you have and hover over the Add Clouds, then select the file storage site you want to associate.

Add Clouds

Follow the account association instructions in a few clicks and make sure you give all the permissions that Multcloud needs.
 

5. After your two accounts are connected, you can now upload files remotely by clicking Upload, then select Upload URL. Enter the file link that you want to copy to your drive and name it according to the file type.

Upload URL
 

6. Wait a few seconds for the success file to be copied.

Congratulations, you can now copy any file to your online drive without having to download and upload it manually!

There are many advantages to using Multcloud besides the ease of managing multiple online drives. One of the features I rely on the most is that Multcloud can copy files from drive one to any drive on the dashboard. A reliable site and they are completely free for data transfer of 2 TB!

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