There’s nothing more annoying than when you attach a file to an email only to be notified that it exceeds Gmail’s 25 MB limit.
But Gmail actually lets you send really big files- up to 10 GB- using Google Drive, its online file storage service. To give you an idea, with 10 GB you could send a 600-page document or a 10 minute audio file.
Here’s how to do it:
1. COMPOSE YOUR MESSAGE AS YOU NORMALLY WOULD. BUT THEN, INSTEAD OF ATTACHING A DOCUMENT, VIDEO, OR PHOTO VIA THE PAPERCLIP ICON, PRESS THE GOOGLE DRIVE ICON:
2. If you have a Gmail account, you automatically have Google Drive. You can choose a file already in your drive, or upload files straight from your computer.
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