Gmail Now Lets You Insert Up to 10GB of Google Drive Files Directly Into An Email
Google on Tuesday announced a new way to send files in a move that further links together its cloud services: you can now directly insert files you host on Google Drive into an email on Gmail. The new feature is rolling out “over the next few days” and is only available with Gmail’s new compose function (so you’ll need to opt-in if you haven’t already).
Though Google is touting ease of use, the benefits are mainly of storage size: the current attachment limit on emails in Gmail is just 25MB, while this new feature means you can insert files up to 10GB of files. As Google notes, this is...