It is efficient and easy to attach files from the system you are using and send it using Gmail. Sending several files is just as simple, and it functions with documents you can’t simply re-create in your email (such as images, videos, and spreadsheets) as well.
Adding Attachments In Your Gmail Messages:
Sending videos, pictures, and other files using your Gmail is one of the most utilized and a significant feature of Gmail. However, it can also be a tricky thing for the ones who are not familiar with doing it. This post will teach you how you can attach and send feels using your Gmail account.
Step#1: Find The Location Of Your File You Want To Attach:
Make certain that you have saved the files properly if you did not already. If the file is hiding deep inside the computer folders, you can copy & paste them to a location simpler to reach like your desktop.
Step#2: Compose The Email:
Once you’ve confirmed the place of the file, write your email you want to send to somebody. Make certain that they know the context in which your file is being sent in. For instance, if you are sending an institution-related file, make certain the recipient is aware that the file pertains to a particular school assignment, project, etc. Let the mail show that an attachment comes with it.
Step#3: Add The Attachment File:
There’s an icon of paper-clip a little to the right side of the Send button you utilize to deploy the email. Click on that icon, and you will see a new window open. Here you can now select the file you want to attach. Now, as you know the location of the file, simply navigate to it utilizing the file selector. If you desire to send several files, you can choose them by holding Ctrl and choosing all the files using the left-click provided the files are in the same folder/directory. Once the files are selected, click on the Open button.
Step#4: Send It!
After the attachment has ended uploading onto the email, click on Send to deploy the message.
Sending Google Drive Attachments Using Gmail
When you are sending messages using your Gmail, you can attach documents from Google Drive as well, such as photos and documents. It is particularly useful if the file is larger than the Gmail file size limit which is 25MB, or if you desire to collaborate with others on the file.
- On your computer, open Gmail > Click on Compose > Google Drive icon.
- Select the docs you want to attach.
- In the opened window you can decide how you desire to send the file: (1) Attachment: It only functions for files that were not made using Google Docs, Slides, Sheets, or Forms. (2) Drive link: It works for any files that are saved in Drive, including files made utilizing Google Docs, Slides, Sheets, or Forms.
- Click Insert.
Sharing Settings For Google Drive Files:
When you add a Google Drive file to your email the Google mail checks to see if the receivers have access to those files. If they do not have access, then you will be asked to change the sharing settings of your file before sending the message.