Gmail offers to send attachments upto 10GB

Published on Nov 30 2012 // Technology News

If you are not happy with Google’s 25MB file attachment limit in Gmail, then Google’s latest announcement should definitely make you glad.

Google has now announced, Gmail users can now send files up to 10 GB from their Google Drive.which is 400 times larger than what a user sends as a traditional attachment. Also, because a user is sending a file stored in the cloud, all recipients will have access to the same, most-up-to-date version,wrote Gmail’s product manager Phil Sharp, in a blog post.

To get started, users can just click on the Drive icon while they are composing a message. Google has announced to roll out this feature over the next few days.

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