If you don't want to worry about losing your favorite photos and videos or want to automatically migrate your albums from one social media account to another, you could use a third-party software solution, like PicBackMan.
The utility's four main functions (photo backup, video backup, duplicate scanner and account migration) are separated in tabs for easy navigation. Each displays the social media and online storage services that they are compatible with, along with the total size and number of files that have been transferred so far.
The services only show their respective logos, providing a clean and uncluttered interface. For users who are not sure what a certain icon represents, they can hover the mouse cursor over it and a tooltip displays the name.
With PicBackMan, you can safely transfer your pictures and clips to Flickr, Google Photos, Smugmug, OneDrive, Dropbox, Photobucket, Google Drive, Facebook, Box, Instagram, YouTube, Foursquare or your Amazon server. Sadly, there is no support for other services, like Imgur, Imageshack or Vimeo, among others. Your privacy is taken into account, so all the files are uploaded as private.
Another useful feature is the scan for duplicate items that are using up precious space. You can choose to delete them straight away or move them to a dedicated folder, in order to make sure you are only permanently removing unwanted files. Unfortunately, you can't select the name or location of the duplicate folder.
More often than not, manually moving or copying entire albums from one service to the other is not an easy task. PicBackMan is able to do the work for you in a fraction of the time. Just select the accounts that you want to synchronize and with a click of a button the process is started.
In closing, the application allows you to easily manage your online backups of photos and videos. Some services are missing, but quite a few popular ones are still available.