Any Possibility to Automatically Upload File to Google Drive
"Is it possible to upload files automatically from my computer? What am I trying to achieve is to have a file uploaded automatically to Google Drive? I want my files could be uploaded to Google Drive every day. Every time I drag my files manually to the destination folder which is a repetitive task anyway. I wonder, is there any way to automatically finish this task?"
It seems impossible to upload files to Google Drive automatically. In fact, you can automatically upload your files like photos, videos, and music to Google Drive if you have EaseUS Windows backup software. To realize this function, this tool will create an image of your file to Google Drive daily, weekly or even at a specific time so long as you have set a schedule.
You can preview the image, but if you want to edit it, you must copy it to another place or recover it by using the tool. The image is a little bit different, for it takes less space but the content keeping the same.
Advantages of EaseUS Todo Backup:
- Backup and restore complete partitions or hard drives
- Restore single files or folders
- Space-saving backup due to archive compression and leaving out free space
- Easy to handle
- Greatest flexibility
Step-by-step Directions to Automatically Upload Files to Google Drive
Here you may download EaseUS Todo Backup which allows you to directly back up, and upload wanted files to Google Drive, OneDrive or even DropBox. It's 100% free for syncing data within 30 days. Just download the program and follow guidelines below to back up files to Google Drive automatically
Step 1. Click "Select backup contents" to initiate a backup.
Step 2. There are four data backup categories, File, Disk, OS, and Mail, click File.
Step 3. Local and network files will be displayed on the left side. You may extend the directory to choose which files to back up.
Step 4. Select the location where you want to store the backup by following the on-screen instructions.
Click "Options" to encrypt the backup with a password in "Backup Options," and to setup a backup schedule and choose to initiate a backup at a certain event in "Backup Scheme." There are a variety of other customization options available for the backup process.
Step 5. You may save the backup to a local disk, EaseUS' online service, or a NAS.
Step 6. EaseUS Todo Backup enables customers to back up data to a third-party cloud drive and its own cloud drive.
If you want to back up data to a third-party cloud drive, choose Local Drive, scroll down to add Cloud Device, add your account, and then log in.
You can also save backups to EaseUS's cloud storage service. Sign up for an EaseUS Account and log in after clicking EaseUS Cloud.
Step 7. To begin backup, click "Backup Now" Once the backup process has been finished, it will be shown as a card on the panel's left side. To further manage a backup job, right-click it.
All the steps above can help you automatically upload, back up or save files to Google Drive. Don't hesitate to ask for help if any problem appears.
Aside from uploading files to Google Drive, here are some bonus tips that you may also feel like to have a try.
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