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Gmail integreates with Google Drive to send files upoto 10GB

Question asked by Anoop Kumar in #Coffee Room on Nov 27, 2012
Anoop Kumar
Anoop Kumar · Nov 27, 2012
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Google finally integrated Google Drive with Gmail to share files. Now you will have option to attach a file from Drive.
I guess it is just similar to sharing option from Drive but in simpler way.
It allows you to upload 10GB, that is a great improvement.

Source: Gmail Blog
[​IMG] Posted in: #Coffee Room
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare · Nov 27, 2012
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That's quite interesting! I'm curious to know whether those without a Google Drive account can download those attachments.
Umesh Kumar Rai
Umesh Kumar Rai · Nov 29, 2012
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It seems interesting, but I think only 5 GB of free space is provided by Google, so to upload 10 GB of file one has to go for paid service to get more space.
I have uploaded up to 200MB of files in Sky Drive, but in google didn't try more than 20 MB.
Ankita Katdare
Ankita Katdare · Nov 29, 2012
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Though this is one good news for Google lovers, some are calling it just a way to push people to get those paid plans of Google Drive. Also, it felt similar to uploading the file to the public folder of your Dropbox account and including its link in email. You all must've done it some or the other time. But now you have both services in one place - So, bingo! 👍

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