Gmail Now Supports 10GB Attachments Via Google Drive

One of Google’s core strengths is seamless integration of all of their services.  The latest example of this is Gmail’s integration of Gmail and Google Drive.

Google is letting users attach Google Drive files into Gmail messages and now you can attached files that are up to 10GB in file size.

This is great for sending home and personal HD videos to each other.  Since Google Drive has files that are in the cloud, everyone you send the file to will have the most up-to-date version of the file.

You can make changes to the attachment even after you send the e-mail and recipients will still see the updated version.

Sparrow for Mac had the ability to easily paste a Dropbox attachment and Google acquired that company in July 2012.

[Google Blog]

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