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Tips And Tricks To Use Gmail For Data Storage

 
If you are a Gmail user, then you would be aware of the fact that Gmail gives the option of storing your messages and files on your Gmail account. This, sometimes, doesn't work because the Gmail always looks for the predefined versions of the attachments, along with the size of your file. If your file isn't according to the standards, then you will face difficulties. Meanwhile, for that purpose, the users are provided with another extraordinary product of Google i.e. Google Drive on which, you can store any kind of format of your important files. The best thing is that you can use the Gmail and Google Drive simultaneously, whenever you want to share a large-sized file to another person.
 
According to the Gmail Tech Support, it is extremely necessary for everyone to know how to attach their files in email. For doing that, you have to go to Gmail and then click on Compose button. Then, in the row of Send button, you will see a paperclip icon. Just click on it and then click on that file which you want to attach with your mail. To select mutiple files, you have to press and hold the Ctrl key on your keyboard and then select the files. After doing that, click on Open button and then, your files will start uploading. Next, you have to enter a subject, which is optional, then click on the X icon to close that message and you will see that it will automatically get saved in the Drafts folder of your Gmail account.
 
Gmail Data Storage
 
You would be glad to know that storing your data on the Gmail will offer you a handful of benefits. The first one is that you don't have to go to the same file location again and again in order to upload your files, the next time when you will send the messages. Along with that, you can easily find all the attachments in your Gmail account by just typing "has:attachment" in the search box
 
Meanwhile, doing this has some disadvantages also. You have to make sure that the total size of your files wouldn't exceed 25 MB. Because if its does, then you have to take the help of Google Drive to upload it. Along with that, you can't attach files of .exe extension.
 
However, you always have the option of storing your important files and documents on the Google Drive. If still you have any issues or any doubts in your mind regarding the data storage, then the Gmail Technical Support Number is always available for you for best help.
 
Contact for online support : 1-855-791-4041

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