Ever since Google Drive made its debut in April this year, you could say that millions of folks have already flocked over to the platform, using Drive as a digital place to stash away, create and share files. Of course, Google always seeks to improve the way they do things, as well as make life generally easier for the masses, which is why from today onwards, you are able to perform sharing of content with others in a manner that is easier than ever before. In fact, you can now insert files from Drive straight into an email without having to leave your Gmail, now how does that sound?
With Drive, you can now have a field time inserting files of up to 10GB in size, which is 400 times more compared to a traditional attachment. I guess this means you can start sending complete video files that were encoded in your favorite video compression format to another person without batting an eyelid, and it is definitely worth looking into if you are an avid resident on the cloud.
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