$0 Cost File sharing! You can now send file attachments via Gmail up to 10GB possible because of Google Gmail’s new cloud storage feature. It lets you insert files up to 10GB or 400 times larger than what you could send previously as file attachments.
To send an Gmail Sign In attachment via Google Drive, click on the Google Drive icon, as seen in the above image bottom center, then choose the file you want to send. Gmail Sign in will double-check that your recipients have access to the files, and if not, it will prompt you to change the sharing settings, without leaving your Gmail Sign in account.
Another way is to simply Post the url link to the Google Drive file in the body of your email and click send. Gmail will automatically take the same measures so that your recipients can access and download your file.
Step1 To create a new Gmail Sign In account is fast and simple. First you want to go to http://gmail.com and click the Create Account button at the top right side. See image below. Step 2 Then on the next page as seen below, fill out the form on the right hand side. … Continue reading
The 2-step verification method will drastically reduce the chances of someone stealing your personal information in your Google Sign In Account. Why? Because hackers who might have stolen your Username and Password would also have to get access to your phone which in most cases is not very possible. If you want to keep the … Continue reading
Are you trying to login to your Gmail account, but having difficulty? Here is how to do it step by step the easy way. 1. First, go to Gmail.com. Now on that page, you should see this picture below: The picture above is on the Gmail home page 2. Type … Continue reading