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How to send very large attachments with your email

You can add Gmail and Inbox attachments up to 25 MB—but what if you have larger files such as videos?Don't worry. You can save these large files in Google Drive, then insert a link to the Drive file in your email. If your recipients don’t have viewing permissions for the file, you can grant them access in Inbox and Gmail before sending.

How to do it: 

Insert Drive files in your Gmail messages

Step 1: In Gmail, click COMPOSE.

Step 2: In the Compose toolbar, click Drive icon and choose your file.

Step 3: Click Insert.

Step 4: When your message is ready, click Send.

Insert Drive files in your Inbox messages

Step 1: In Inbox, at the bottom right, click Compose icon.

Step 2: Click Attach icon.

Step 3: Next to Google Drive, click Show More and click the file you want to attach.

Step 4: When your message is ready, click Send.

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