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Wednesday, 5 December 2012

How to Send up to 10GB Files From Gmail Inbox With Google Drive



 
Sending large files will no longer be a difficult task if you are a Gmail user as Google have announced a new feature in Gmail called Google Drive.


This you can do from the Gmail’s New Compose Window right from your inbox. You can attach and send files up to size 10GB without any stress.


To send files with Google Drive, follow the steps below;

1.     From your Gmail inbox click on compose. If you don’t have a Gmail account you can open one here .
2.     A New Message window will open.
3.     On the bottom of the “New Message” window you will see an icon like a “plus sign”, point your cursor arrow on it and it will display all the hidden icons. 
4.     Click on the “Google Drive” icon. A new window will open.
5.      From the new window, click on select files from your computer or from any of the locations stated at the left side of the window select files. After select the first file, click on attach another file on the bottom left side of the window to attach another file
6.     Click send when you are done attaching.
7.     The files are sent to the recipient(s) as the case may be.

With this simple step by step guide you can send files as large as 10GB from your Gmail inbox with Google Drive.


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Google have Google Drive for different platforms which you can download from the web. It also have a premium version that allows you attach and send larger files.


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