Now that Google Drive has built file storage into your Google account, it's only natural that you'd like it to play nicely with your other Google apps. With a few tricks, it can—at least with your Gmail account. Tech blogger Amit Agarwal details how to set up a system in which applying a GoogleDrive label to any email in your Gmail inbox will automatically save its attachment to Google Drive—syncing those files directly to your desktop.
The Gmail team announced Tuesday that a wonderful new button is coming to Gmail's new compose window. You can now attach files to a message using Google Drive, meaning you can send files as large as 10GB over email. Remember when yo... Read Post
Cloud backup service Backupify has launched a Gmail storage management tool it calls FreeSpace that actively monitors and manages storage space within any Google Apps account. With FreeSpace, the company... Keep reading ? Read Post