cloudHQ can be used to sync any Dropbox and Google Drive accounts (including Google Shared Drives).

To accomplish that, you need to create cloudHQ sync pairs. A cloudHQ sync pair defines how to sync and what to sync.

Here’s how you can set up a sync pair:

  1. Set up real-time backup (one-way sync with archiving). Backup from Google Drive to Dropbox, or vice versa.
  2. Create a migration sync pair (one-way sync that includes sharing and metadata replication). You can migrate your files from Google Drive to Dropbox, or the other way around.
  3. Create a two-way sync to keep your data perfectly aligned.

You can synchronize, migrate, or back up:

  1. All your files in Google Drive or in Dropbox.
  2. Any specific folder in Google Drive, Google Shared Drive, or Dropbox.
  3. Any Google Shared Drives.
  4. Any Dropbox Team Folder.

Single user sync:

If you are looking to sync just one Dropbox account, then you just need to create a two-way sync pair between Dropbox account and Google Drive account. The main limitations of that approach are that sharing metadata will not sync’d.

The instructions how to sync a single Dropbox account with Google Drive are here

Sync multiple users:

If you are an admin of Dropbox Business domain and Google Workspace then cloudHQ sync all your Dropbox accounts with corresponding Google Drive accounts. All sharing metadata will be in sync too. Instructions how to sync your Dropbox Business installation with Google Workspace are here

How do I transfer files from Google docs to Dropbox? So the purpose of this support note is sync between Dropbox or Google docs..