By Nicky / Last Updated September 11, 2020


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About Google Drive and OneDrive

Google Drive is a cloud-based storage service created by Google that allows users to store, sync and access data across computers, laptops and mobile devices, including tablet and smartphone devices. In addition, Google Drive offers 15 GB of free storage space to each registrant and provides users with advanced search and share capabilities.

Onedrive And Google Drive

OneDrive, formerly known as SkyDrive, is Microsoft’s cloud storage. OneDrive lets users store, sync, and share all kinds of data and files with other people and devices. Meanwhile, it is well integrated with the Windows operating system and Microsoft Office applications and offers 5 GB of free storage space to users.

Can I Backup Google Drive to OneDrive Automatically?

Google Backup to OneDrive

Nowadays, many users are using Google Drive and OneDrive at the same time to get more free storage space without upgrading their account and enjoy different advanced features provided by Google Drive and OneDrive. And sometimes, users need to backup Google Drive to OneDrive for some reasons.

For example, some users turn to Office 365 from the G Suite. As a part of its suite of Office Online services, OneDrive integrates with Office Online services better than Google Drive. Users can save files to OneDrive directly from Word, Excel and so on. Therefore, some users may want to backup Google Drive to OneDrive so that they can edit or share files in the cloud with ease.

However, no matter what reasons you want to move files from Google Drive to OneDrive, you need the right way. Most users may be familiar with the traditional migration way to backup files between cloud drives - downloading and re-uploading between cloud drives. However, this way is really time-consuming when there are a large number of files that need to backup.

Since OneDrive and Google Drive haven’t offered an official way to help you move files to another cloud storage automatically and directly, you can obtain help from an automatic cloud backup service – CBackupper to backup Google Drive to OneDrive in an easier way to. Please continue to see below.

Backup Google Drive to OneDrive Automatically with CBackupper

CBackupper is a free and professional cloud backup service that allows you to authorize and add multiple cloud drives on it and create a backup task to backup files between cloud storage efficiently. CBackupper supports many cloud drives including OneDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox and FTP/SFTP. You can backup files between any two added cloud drives and combine these cloud storages to expand backup storage space for your data.

What’s more, CBackupper has many useful features that can help you save both time and storage space. For instance, the “File Filter” feature can help you exclude or contain certain types of files when backing up. In addition, CBackupper also allows you to set up an automatic backup in Specific time/Daily/Weekly/Monthly mode.

Now, check the steps below to see how to backup Google Drive to OneDrive with CBackupper:

1. CBackupper is a web-based service so you don’t need to download or install any app. Just go to the website of CBackupper, click “Sign up” at the upper right side, then type your email, password, and name to create an account and sign in.

Sign Up

2. Now, you are on the main page of CBackupper, click “Add Clouds” under “Clouds” tab to select the clouds you want to add and click on “Add”. Then, you will be led to sign in your public cloud storage account and authorize CBackupper to access your account.

Add Google Drive

Note: CBackupper is based on OAuth authorization system that enables CBackupper to access multiple cloud accounts without saving your login information like cloud account and password. You can safely authorize CBackupper.

3. Now, the added cloud drives are listed on the left side of the page. You can click the three-dot icon next to each cloud drives and select “Allocate Space” option to adjust the storage space you want to use for backup flexibly with three options as shown in the picture below.

Allocate Space Feature

4. To backup data, click on “Tasks” tab at the top of the page, then, click “Create Task” button to create a backup task.

Create Task

5. Name your backup task in order to distinguish. Click “Add Source” button to add Google Drive (you can choose the entire cloud storage or just certain files in this cloud storage here) as backup source. Click “Add Destination” to OneDrive as a backup destination.

Add Source and Destination

Note: When you choose the backup destination, remember to tick “Secondary Destination” option to choose a secondary backup destination. Once the space of your first backup destination is insufficient, files will be automatically backed up to the second one.

Secondary Backup Destiantion

6. Click “Schedule” option to set up a scheduled backup task in specific time/daily/weekly/monthly mode to let CBackupper backup your data between cloud storage automatically and regularly. After that, click “Start Backup” in the lower right corner to execute the backup task.

Transfer Google Drive To Onedrive

Note: Under “Settings” option, you can enjoy “File Filter” feature to exclude or contain only specified types of files when backing up. Also, enable “Email Notification” to let CBackupper email you once the task succeeds or fails.


To backup Google Drive to OneDrive automatically, the easiest way is to use CBackupper. With CBackupper, you can quickly and directly backup files between cloud storage freely while ensuring data security. And besides cloud to cloud backup, CBackupper also offers a professional way to combine cloud storage to take full use of free or idle space of each cloud storage.