How to Insert Files using Google Drive in Gmail on iOS?

If you are attaching files to Gmail from your computer to send the file, then you can only attach files up to 25 MB in size. If you insert a file using Google Drive, then you can send a file up to 15 GB. If you are a paid member, then you can send a file up to 1 TB. By using Insert File feature, you can keep control over who sees your files. To learn how to insert files using Google Drive in Gmail on iOS, check out the steps below.

Here are the steps to Insert Files using Google Drive in Gmail on iOS:

  1. Open "Gmail" and start writing an email.
  2. Tap "Paperclip" icon.
  3. Tap "Insert from Drive" button.
  4. Select the file which you would like to send.
  5. If the Google Drive file is not shared with the people, then you will see a box asking if you would like to change the permissions after you tap the send button.

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