The Gmail team announced Tuesday that a wonderful new button is coming to Gmail's new compose window. You can now attach files to a message using Google Drive, meaning you can send files as large as 10GB over email. Remember when you couldn't send video or audio files because of attachment size limits? That's history.
Also to know is, can you send a video by email?
Attach Your Videos. Once you have your video in the email, you can send it to your selected recipients. These instructions will work for any attachments smaller than 25 MB, which is Gmail's limit for overall message. If you want to know how to send a large video file, you have two options from Step 2 on.
How do I send a large video file?
Method 1 Using Google Drive (Gmail)
- Open the Gmail website. If you aren't logged into your Gmail account, do so now with your email address and password.
- Click Compose.
- Click the Google Drive button.
- Click the Upload tab.
- Click Select files from your computer.
- Select your video.
- Click Upload.
- Enter your email details.
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