Copy new Google Drive files in a folder to OneDrive

There are many reasons that you may want to integrate Google Drive with OneDrive. Your team may use OneDrive as their main online storage service, or you may need to edit Office documents from Google Drive with Office Web Apps, or you may just want to backup your files to another online storage app.

This Google Drive OneDrive integration can automatically copy any new files added to a Google Drive folder to a directory you select in OneDrive, so you'll always have your files where you need them. All new files added to the Google Drive folder after you set up this integration will be copied to the OneDrive directory.

*Note: This Zapier integration will not copy existing files in your Google Drive folder to OneDrive, only new files added after you've set it up.

How It Works

  1. A file is added to a Google Drive folder.
  2. Zapier copies the file to a OneDrive directory.

What You Need

  • Google Drive account
  • OneDrive account
Copy new Google Drive files in a folder to OneDrive
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Google Drive is Google's file sync app that lets you store all of your files online alongside your Google Docs documents, and keep them synced with all of your devices.

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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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