Anyone who has ever had experienced file transmission over the internet will be having a new option soon.
Today, Google proclaimed that the company has integrated Google Drive with Gmail.
Through which, users will be able to insert files directly from Drive into their messages.
Particularly, file size can up to 10 GB or 400 times larger than Conventional attachments.
The Google Team has also introduced smart assistant technology to ensure necessary permission on recipients of your shared files.
Google’s Product Manager Phil Sharp write in a blog post:
LIKE A SMART ASSISTANT, GMAIL WILL ALSO DOUBLE-CHECK THAT YOUR RECIPIENTS ALL HAVE ACCESS TO ANY FILES YOU’RE SENDING. THIS WORKS LIKE GMAIL’S FORGOTTEN ATTACHMENT DETECTOR: WHENEVER YOU SEND A FILE FROM DRIVE THAT ISN’T SHARED WITH EVERYONE, YOU’LL BE PROMPTED WITH THE OPTION TO CHANGE THE FILE’S SHARING SETTINGS WITHOUT LEAVING YOUR EMAIL. IT’LL EVEN WORK WITH DRIVE LINKS PASTED DIRECTLY INTO EMAILS.
The users who have already upgraded to Gmail’s new composing window will be able to see the new feature in upcoming days.