It's not possible to merge Google Accounts directly, which makes it difficult to move your data from A to B. If you want to merge data from multiple Google Drive and Google Photos accounts, do the following.
Because you can not "merge" accounts directly, you must use some workarounds instead. Google photo users can share their photo libraries with other "partner" accounts, synchronizing photos across each account.
Unlike Google Photos, it's not possible to automatically sync Google Drive data to create a "mirror." Your data across multiple accounts. However, once your data has been "merged" into a single account, you can focus on using that single account to store your cloud data.
Merging Google Drive Accounts
Moving data from one account is not easy Google Drive account to another. The easiest way, especially if you have multiple accounts, is Google's Data Export Tool, which lets you download your data from any of your Google Accounts.
From there, you can combine your exported data from multiple accounts with Google Backup and Sync on a single Google Account.
Setting up Google Backup and Sync
First, you need to set up Google Backup and Sync on your PC or Mac. First, download Google Backup and Sync and run the installer. It downloads the required files and installs itself without any additional input.
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Once Google If Backup and Sync is installed, open it and click on the welcome screen, click Getting Started. You must sign in to the Google Account to which you want to copy your information.
. Here you can select the folders from your PC that you have in your Google Drive account want to secure. By default, Google Backup and Sync syncs your desktop, document, and picture folders on Windows. If you agree, leave it enabled. Otherwise disable it.
For convenience, create a new folder on your PC where you can save the files and folders of your other Google Drive account backups. If you sync one of the default folders, you can instead save your archived files to one of these folders.
If you have created a new folder, click Select Folder. Find the new Merge folder, and then click Choose Folder. When finished, click "Next".
If you want to merge files from your Google Drive On your PC, you can do that in the next step. Select either "Sync everything in my drive" if you want to sync anything currently on your Google Drive to your PC, or "Sync only these folders" if you prefer to omit some folders.
This is not the case with this process Whatever option you choose – just click "Start" to complete the setup.
With Google Backup and Sync ready, you can now download your data from other Google Accounts to merge them.
Downloading Your Google Data
One of the benefits of recent laws on personal data is that Google has made it easy to download an "archive" of your Google Account. Any piece of data that Google has linked to your account can be downloaded to and reviewed in an archive file or transferred to another location.
With this tool, you can download Google Drive data from multiple accounts and sync with your new Google Drive storage.
First, make sure that you are logged in to the account (or one of the accounts) from which you want to download data. After logging in to the Google data download page, click "Deselect All."
Scroll down until you find the option for Google Drive and make sure the box is checked. Scroll down to the bottom right and click on "Next step" to continue.
Confirm how you want to receive your data (default is a download link via email). , You also need to confirm the file type and size of your archive. If you have many files or folders, Google will split your Drive archive into multiple ZIP or TGZ files.
You can also set Google to export your Drive files once or schedule regular archives. If you do not want to repeat this process on a regular basis, leave "Export Type" with the default option "One-Time Archive."
When done, click on "Create Archive".
Google's process of archiving your Google files is starting. You may need to wait for the archiving process to complete, especially if a large number of files are already stored in your Google Drive storage.
Keep an eye on Gmail until you receive an email that will allow you to download your archive files. After receiving the instructions, follow the instructions to download the files to your PC or Mac.
Extract the Google Drive data archives
If you're monitoring the "Merge" folder you created with Google Backup and Sync, all you have to do is unpack your archive files to this folder.
You can repeat this process for each Google Drive account. Open your archive file and click on "Extract all" under macOS in the upper right corner under Windows or with the archiving program under macOS.
in your ZIP archive file. Change the destination folder Go to the Merge folder you created and click Extract.
Backup and Sync will automatically start syncing the files to your central Google Account.
If you want to check sync progress, look for Click the Google Backup and Sync icon on your taskbar. From here you can monitor the progress of your sync.
Merging Google Photos Accounts
Google Photo Library Libraries makes it much easier to merge your content from one Google Photos account to another. With this tool, you can share your entire photo library with multiple partner accounts.
After completing the transfer, you have two options. You can stop using legacy accounts and focus on a single, merged account. If this is not optimal, you can continue using it and share your photos with each account instead.
Sharing Your Google Photos Library
Please go to Google Photos first and sign in. Logged in: Click the Hamburger menu in the top left corner.
Click "Settings" in the Google Photos menu.
Click "Shared Libraries" in your Preferences panel.
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The "Share Library" pop-up is displayed. First, click on "Getting Started".
Enter the email address for your second Google Account to copy it Click "Next."
Make sure that" Only show photos since this day "is off in the next screen and then click" Next " .
 invitation "to grant your other account access to photos stored in your original Google Photos account.
Sign out of Google at this time Sign in to the Google Account you've invited.
Merging Your Photo Library
Go to Gmail, where a Invitation to wait, click "Open Google Photos" in your invitation email.
Click Accept in the pop-up library. This will appear.
To ensure that photos from all your Google accounts are merged, If you want to make sure that photos from your other accounts are shared with your first account, you'll need to do the same for all other accounts.
To do so, click Get Started in the Back To pop-up window.
As before, make sure that "Show Photos Only Since This Day" is set to "Off," then click "Next," and then choose "Send" invitation.
The most important setting is then the setting that automatically saves photos from your other accounts to your new account. In the Save to Library pop-up that appears after your original account is called (or after the pop-up closes), click Getting Started.
Change the Save to Library option from None to All Photos, and then click Done.
When you click Done, your Google Photos will be copied from your original account to your new account.
For consecutive s Shared photos across multiple Accounts complete the invitation process by opening the invitation e-mail sent to your original account and following the same instructions as above.