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
It can be quite beneficial to move select Gmail email attachments directly to a cloud storage provider such as Google Drive, Dropbox or Microsoft's OneDrive. The reason is simple: Usually, you get much better file handling capabilit... Read Post