Migrate Dropbox to Microsoft 365 with Migration Manager
Collaborate all in one place by migrating your Dropbox documents, data, and users to OneDrive, SharePoint, and Teams in Microsoft 365.
How does it work?
- Step 1: Connect to Dropbox. Sign in to your Dropbox administrator account to connect to your Microsoft 365 migration.
- Step 2: Scan and assess Dropbox accounts are scanned automatically for you. Once the scans are complete, download the generated reports and logs to investigate any possible issues that might block your migration.
- Step 3: Copy to Migrations list After Dropbox has been scanned and determined ready, add them to your migration list.
- Step 4: Review destination paths We automatically map source paths to any exactly matching destination paths. Ensure content is being copied to the right place by reviewing and modifying as needed for each destination path.
- Step 5: Map identities Map your groups and users in Dropbox to an account in Microsoft 365 to migrate your Dropbox sharing settings.
- Step 6: Migrate and Monitor After reviewing your migration setup, migrate your Dropbox accounts and monitor the progress
To get started:
Make sure that you have:
Access to the destination: You must either be a global admin or OneDrive/SharePoint admin to the Microsoft 365 tenant where you want to migrate your content.
Access to the source: Have Dropbox account credentials that have read access to any Dropbox user account you plan to migrate.
Prerequisites installed: Make sure you have the necessary prerequisites installed.
File size migration limit
We support files up to 15 GB in size for Dropbox to Microsoft 365 migrations.
Migration Manager Dropbox isn't available for users of Office 365 operated by 21Vianet in China.
This feature is also not supported for users of the Government Cloud, including GCC, Consumer, GCC High, or DoD.