Attaching a file from your computer and sending it off via Gmail is a simple and time-saving process. It is just as simple to send numerous files, and it also works with things that cannot be simply recreated in an email, such as films, photos, and spreadsheets. The procedure is as follows:
How to Send a File Attachment With Gmail
Follow these steps whenever you want to attach a file to an email that you send from your Gmail account:
1. Select You should compose a new email message or a reply to a message that you have received, and then send the message to the recipient.
2. Select the paperclip icon that may be found within the message box that is labelled Attach Files. An Open dialogue box opens.
3. Select the file or files that you want to transmit, then click the Open button after making your selection(s). The file or files are attached to the message that was sent out through email and appended to it.
4. You will need to select the Attach Files paperclip a second time if you wish to add more files from a different location. If you could send the email as soon as you are ready, that would be great.
How do I send a file over 25MB in Gmail?
You are able to attach files weighing up to 25 megabytes each time you send an email using Gmail. You are able to attach multiple files to an email; however, the total size of all of those files cannot exceed 25 megabytes (MB). If the size of your attachment is greater than 25 megabytes, Google will automatically upload the content to your Google Drive and add a link rather than an attachment in the email.
How do I email a file that is too large?
When it comes to sending large files, one of the most convenient and frequently used techniques is to make use of a cloud storage space such as Google Drive, Dropbox, or OneDrive. You may be able to utilise a cloud storage service that corresponds to your email provider, such as Google Drive for Gmail or OneDrive for Outlook.com. However, this will depend on the email provider you use.
What is the maximum file size for Gmail?
You are allowed to attach files that are up to 25 MB in size. If you have more than one attachment, the total size of all of them combined cannot be larger than 25 megabytes. Instead of including the file as an attachment in the email, Gmail will automatically add a link to it on Google Drive and include it there if the file is larger than 25 MB. Find out more about the settings for sharing attachments in Google Drive.
What to do if an attachment is too large?
Put your attachment in a ZIP folder and compress it.
The best course of action is to create a ZIP folder for your data and then compress them. This consolidates all of your attachments into a single folder and utilises lossless compression to bring down the overall size of the file. ZIP folders may be opened by a broad variety of devices and are simple to build.