When we found something useful on the internet (e.g. photos, videos, MP3s, PDFs, docs, etc.), we normally take the time to download them, save them to our hard drive, and upload them to our online drive. That’s how typical users perform backup whenever they found something great on the internet. But, do you know that you can skip through this process by simply sending those files you found on the web straight to DropBox, Facebook and other similar sites?
previous post, I have described how easy it is to backup, share and sync your files across multiple computers with DropBox. At no cost, you can safely and seamlessly put your files on the cloud, access them anywhere, and recover them in the event that you’ve accidentally deleted them.
This post seeks to complement that innovative technology of DropBox and its rival SugarSync. If you want to save yourself from unnecessary clicks when trying to save, backup file you found on the web, this post is for you.
Save Files Directly To The Cloud With Cloud Save
Cloud Save is a Google Chrome extension that lets you to automatically save files to web services such as DropBox, Google Docs, Box.net, SugarSync, Facebook, Picasa, Flickr, Twitpic and more. So when you stumble upon a website and wish to grab any of the file as backup, you can just right-click the link, then decide where you’d like to send the file. Cloud Save will then automatically save the file to the chosen web service.
Cloud Save truly saves your time as you don’t need to download file you found on the internet as backup. With Cloud Save, you can just right-click the file/link and allow Cloud Save to connect through these web services to initiate transfer/backup process. Download Cloud Save for Chrome here.