Cloudetect is a free online tool to discover vital docs from multiple cloud accounts such as Evernote, Gmail, Google Drive, Outlook, OneDrive, Dropbox, and Yahoo. You can use this tool to locate all your important documents scattered across multiple cloud storages with ease. At first, let me explain about vital documents. Vital documents are the most important documents of yours and your family members, like driver’s license, passport, credit card, insurance policy, etc. Similar to another tool “CrossCloud“, “Cloudetect” also lets you connect multiple cloud account at one place, but it focusses more on vital documents instead of all kind of files.
You might have dozens of documents available on different cloud accounts, but you can get access to all of them at a single place while using this tool. It provides detailed info about how many vital docs and what kind of vital docs you have on the above cloud services. When you connect a cloud account, a simple scan is performed on your account to discover all the vital docs, that’s all.
Note: It only discovers valid vital documents such as driver’s license, credit card, passport, etc.
How to Discover Vital Documents from Multiple Cloud Accounts:
Step 1: You can easily go to the homepage of this tool and start using it as no registration is required.
Step 2: At first, it will ask you to connect your cloud accounts from which you want to discover vital docs. After you’re done with connecting accounts, simply click the “Next” button to proceed for auto-scanning.
Step 3: When the scan is complete, it will provide you the detailed report of vital documents available on the connected account. If the tool is not completely sure about a document category, then it will flag it as “Not Sure” and the remaining will be flagged as “Sure” as shown in the first screenshot.
Step 4: After discovering the documents, you can simply access them or organize them as required.
Step 5: If the tool cannot find any vital documents, then it will continue a deep scan. After the deep scan, if there are no documents available, thhen it will simply ask you to add more cloud accounts.
Step 5: Actually, the working of this tool comes with three simple steps like select, detect, and results. Meaning, at first you have to select a cloud account, then it will detect vital documents, and at last the results will be provided.
My Final Verdict:
Cloudetect is an amazing and useful web tool to discover all your vital documents buried in multiple cloud services. Connect services like Google Drive, Dropbox, Evernote, etc. to access all your scattered vital documents in one single place. Give it a try.
Try this tool from the link here.