Everyone knows now Gmail is a mail provider from Google which is used by all people who has android. When you buy an android, there is already an app called gmail and its company, ‘Google Drive’. Well, when sending mail with Gmail, you can actually attach files from Google Drive, like documents, photos and many other attachments. This is actually a very helpful tool, especially if the file you want to attach is larger than the size limit file in Gmail.
Sending Attachments Google Drive IT Tutorial
First, open the Gmail app. Click Write. Click the Google Drive app. Select file that you want to upload and attach. Last, decide how you want to send a file. This option showed at the bottom. There is 2 option, drive link and appendix. For Drive link: It ony works for some files that you create with Google Sheets, Google Docs, Google Slides, or Google Forms. The Appendix is only work for files that were not created using Google Sheets, Google Docs, Google Slides, or Google Forms. Find Insert button and click it.
When you upload or attach a file to the message Google Drive, do the checks before you leave it to see if the receiver has a permission to access it. If not, then you will be notified to change settings (sharing) file before sending the message. Share with anyone who has the link. Only share with email recipients. If “Anyone who has the link” is selected as the sharing settings, you can choose whether people can view, comment on, or edit files. If the message is forwarded or new people are added to the conversation, they will have the same permissions with the person you originally send the message. Recipients do not need to have a Google Account to view or edit the file. If you want to view or edit the file only recipient of the message, click “More options” when asked to change the settings file. If you save the file in person, the recipient will not be able to see it if They do not have a Google Account. You can use an email address that you use instead of your Google account. They got a message from the mailing list (unless mailing lists are managed via Google Groups and files shared with groups). For more articles, visit yunarwinardi.com.