How to Send LARGE FILES by Gmail Easy

Gmail is Google’s mail service which is an ideal complement for our daily tasks. Thanks to this platform we will be able to send and receive emails and we can even attach files to enrich them. The only problem is that you can’t send large files through Gmail or at least officially. Luckily in MrAppsGeek we have a trick that can solve this problem since it will allow you to send large files through Gmail in an easy and fast way.

Can I Send Large Files Through Gmail?

As standard you cannot send attached files that weigh more than 25 Mb , but this does not mean that you cannot. Luckily, Gmail makes Google Drive available to us, which is Google’s platform for uploading files to the cloud , thanks to which we can send large files through Gmail quickly and comfortably.

How much is the maximum GB that can be sent by Gmail ?

The limit in GB that can be sent by Gmail will depend on the space that your Google Drive account can hold, that is, 15 GB . But remember, we are talking about sending by Gmail through Google Drive since by default you will not be able to send more than 25 Mb in attachments .

How to Send Large Files Through Gmail Email

To send large files by mail we must do the following:

  1. We click on “Edit” .
  2. We select the “Drive” icon .

Here we must select the tab that says “Upload” and then we will click on “Select Files from your device” .

How to send a file larger than 25 MB in Gmail 2023?

In the case of trying to upload a file larger than 25 Mb we will receive the following message:

  1. Since the files you’ve selected to attach to this email total more than 25 Mb , those files will be shared via a Drive link.
  2. So we must upload the file in a link, we click “Upload” .
  1. We select the file to send.
  2. We click on “Open” .
  1. We will already have our Google Drive link with our attached file.
  2. We click on “Send” the email.

And that’s it, you know where to send large files in Gmail , if you have any questions you can always leave me a comment, I’ll try to answer. Do not forget to share this article with your social networks, that would help me to continue developing more tutorials like this one…