I’ve used CloudHQ as needed since 2017, both free and paid versions, and haven’t ever experienced technical glitches. It’s reassuring when using tried-and-tested technology, which is a major factor when we evaluate technology solutions and choose which ones to recommend for or against. Over these years since first trying CloudHQ, they’ve added dozens of valuable features and kept their pricing very affordable. Some of their features are 100% free. CloudHQ is my go-to solution for syncing data between Google accounts or performing one-time transfers from one cloud storage to another, even Evernote and Dropbox. Sometimes, CloudHQ gets confused with other well-known tools like Zapier, but it’s different. Zapier can provide some of the same functionality for transactional processing, such as “if email sent HERE, copy data from it THERE.” CloudHQ can do the same but with higher fidelity (i.e. data accuracy), such as preserving an email’s sent or received date and Gmail’s labels. Additionally, CloudHQ can perform one-time tasks like entire account migrations – and with nothing to install on your computer – allowing you to migrate from Gmail to Outlook, Gmail to Gmail, Gmail to .eml files, and many more combinations and options. Migrating GMail Accounts One of the ways we use CloudHQ is to close one Google account – such as a business closing down – but wanting to keep the data easily accessible. Google Takeout is the native tool for exporting your account, and it works a treat for when it’s the right tool. The benefit of CloudHQ is that you don’t need to wait for a large export file to generate, you don’t have to manually combine multiple 2GB .zip files, and everything works smoothly in the cloud so you don’t have to keep your internet connection active and use up all that bandwidth for both downloading and then uploading. An example where this is useful is if one business venture concludes but you know you might need to reference emails or files in the future. So you can migrate email@example.com to YourExampleBusiness@gmail.com to hold your emails in a free Gmail account – or move them to an existing YourPersonal@gmail.com – for easy access whenever it may come in handy on your next venture. If you ever need help with cloud storage or email solutions, CloudHQ for Gmail migrations (i.e. one-way sync), their two-way sync tool, or one of their dozen other GMail tools can be an excellent resource for you. We have participated in CloudHQ’s promotional offer to receive premium services in exchange for writing our honest, personal usage experience.