Drive integrates with Gmail and allow attachments of up to 10GB in an e-mail
Currently, the size limit for an attachment that goes in an email in Gmail is 25MB, so you can share documents, songs, and not much more than that. However, Google has another way of storing data that is through service Drive, where we do have more available space.
So, it was obvious that it would be time to integrate both platforms, so they announced the ability to insert files from drive while you are composing an email in Gmail, via a new button that appears next to the “attachments” . The interesting thing is that the size limit for each file will be of no less than 10GB, that is, 400 times more than the current 25MB, expanding the possibilities of this tool.
Obviously, we must first upload the data to Drive and then write the message, at which Gmail will check if that file permissions Drive has to be visible to all recipients of the e-mail, and if not, given the option to change privacy options and increase your visibility.
Link: Google Gmail now supports up to 10GB Drive attachments (The Verge)Tags: Attachments, drive, Gmail, Google, Google Drive, google gmail, Storage