Plex Cloud gains support for OneDrive, Dropbox and Google Drive

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Plex today announced new integrations available for its Cloud sync feature. The feature, which is simply called Plex Cloud now supports Microsoft’s OneDrive. With this, Plex users can simply store their media content on their OneDrive account. After that, you will be able to enjoy the content from OneDrive on any device running Plex, including your Windows 10 PC, Xbox One, Mac, or even your TV.

In addition to Microsoft OneDrive, Plex also announced support for Google Drive and Dropbox in Plex Cloud which is also pretty nice. If you are a Plex user, here’s how you can setup Plex Cloud:

  1. Log in to Plex Web and click on your user icon in the upper right corner, then click Account.
  2. Click Plex Cloud in the menu on the left of the Account page.
  3. Link, unlink, or reauthorize any cloud storage providers you have, as appropriate.
  4. Your linked Cloud storage providers will be available as file location choices when adding or editing a library.

It is worth noting that Plex Cloud is only available to Plex Pass users which costs $4.99 a month.

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