How to Send Large Files with Gmail

How to Send Large Files with Gmail
In our previous article, we share about how you can send large file using Firefox send service. But if you still prefer to use an email service like Gmail to send large files, then you may want to read the article below. At present, Gmail has a limit of 25 MB for email attachments. What if you would like to send files larger than 25MB? Yes, you can actually do that in Gmail and without needing to use any third party services. Google Drive, for instance, can be used for sending large files through Gmail. It integrates along with Gmail and allowing you to send files up to 10GB in size. Every Google account user is entitled for 15 GB Google Drive storage and here’s how you can use it to send large files with Gmail.

Log in to your Gmail account as you normally would.

Click on the Compose button and the Compose window will then appear.
Compose

Enter the details like the recipient’s email address, subject, and message of your choice. Then, click on the Google Drive icon at the bottom to attach large files to this email. 
Google Drive Icon

After clicking on the Google Drive icon, another window will be loaded. It will show all of your files that are currently being stored in the Google Drive. You may select and insert existing files from this Google Drive, or you can also choose to upload new files.

In order to upload new files to the Google Drive, click on the Upload link at the top. Then click on the Select files from your device and choose the files that you would like to send.
Upload Files to Google Drive
After selecting the files, click on the Upload button to upload the files.
Upload Files Google Drive

The selected files / uploaded files will then be added into your email. Click on the Send button and you’ve successfully sent large files with Gmail


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