I'm looking for something to transfer files and then automatically delete the original files. The situation that I'm planning is to take pictures in my phone, then when I'm in my house or in a local wifi, sync them to my notebook/desktop, delete the original in the phone and then from the copy from my notebook/desktop, upload it to Google Drive, I'm aware that there are other tools that can achieve this manually but what I haven't been able to find is something that can make this process automatically/seamlessly. Thank you for your help.
Google Photos is a free app that periodically offers to "free up space" on your device by uploading your photos to photos.google.com (at the quality you choose) and then deleting them from your device.
Items uploaded via Google Photos don't use your Google Drive's limited storage if they're stored in "High quality" but they do if they're stored in "Original quality" (higher quality than high quality).
In order to sync to your PC: In Google Photos, enable the "Google Drive" setting. In Google Drive, check the "Automatically put your Google Photos into a folder in My Drive" setting. (You should see a Google Photos folder in Drive then.)
Then, sync it to your PC with the Google Drive sync desktop program. (There's a link to download it at the bottom left of the Google Drive website. Sign in and select the folder/s to sync.)
Photos added to Google Photos will show up in that folder and sync to your PC, and any photos you add to this folder on your PC will sync to the website.