Copy a new Dropbox file to OneDrive

If your whole team uses Dropbox, it's easy to share files with each other—but what if your teammates use OneDrive instead? Or what if you'd like to be able to edit Office documents from Dropbox in the Office Web Apps, or just backup your files to another online storage app?

That's where this integration comes in handy. It'll automatically copy any new files you add to a Dropbox folder to the folder you select in OneDrive, so you'll always have your files where you need them.

Or, if you'd rather copy your OneDrive files to Dropbox, use this integration instead: Copy Your OneDrive Files to Dropbox.

How it Works

Zapier will watch the Dropbox folder you select for new files. Whenever you add anything new to that Dropbox folder, Zapier will automatically copy that file over to the OneDrive folder you selected.

What You Need

  1. A Dropbox Account
  2. A OneDrive Account

Got that? Then let's get started.

Copy a new Dropbox file to OneDrive
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Dropbox lets you store your files online, sync them to all your devices, and share them easily. Get started for free, then upgrade for more space and security features.

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OneDrive, Microsoft's file sync app formerly known as SkyDrive, lets you store your files online, edit Office documents in the free Office Web Apps, and easily access your online files from your PC.

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