How to Send Files Up to 10 GB in Gmail
We all know that we can not send files having a size of more than 25 MB via emails. Gmail has a 25 MB maximum size limit for attachments. But this limit is now no more and Google has added one way to send files up to 10 GB via email. For this, Google has deeply integrated Google Drive with Gmail. Large File File which you are sending will be stored in your Google Drive account and then it will be shared with the person whom you are sending emails.
But this can be done in a newer compose window. If you have not already switched to a newer compose window, its time to switch and enjoy new cool features of Gmail.
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Follow these steps to send Larger Files in email.
. Login in to your Gmail Account.
. Click on the compose button and a compose window will pop up on your screen.
. Here take the mouse pointer over the + icon at the bottom of the compose window and you will see few more options.
. Now you will see a Google Drive icon. Click on this icon to attach a large file (up to 10 GB).
. Now Browse the file which you want to send and click on Upload.
. After this, the file will be attached to the email. Now Add recipient and subject and send the mail. If the Drive is not shared with anyone, it will pop a dialog to give access privileges to other people.
Click on Share & Send to send the email with the file.
Now enjoy limitless file sending on Gmail. Maximum limit is 10 GB which will suit you for your all kind of requirement. Now you can also send Movies and big size software.
But Google Drive comes with a limited amount of space for free. Take care of this always. You will have to delete the older files having the big sizes to free space.
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