But let’s say the day has come when suddenly your Gmail’s storage capacity is nearing its full limit.
Of course Gmail offers 15GB of free storage for your Gmail account (as on today) and they keep increasing the storage capacity eventually but what if today you’ve reached almost the full capacity.?
Note that Gmail’s maximum size limit for an attachment is 25MB. To add an attachment more than that size you might want to use Google Drive.
To know more about adding attachments in Gmail, go to this page.
Next time you want to kill time productively, I would suggest to first go to Gmail, filter your ‘All Mail’ section with specific sizes and clean it up. It helps in the long run to save that precious virtual disk space for storing something better.
Written by Arun Sarathy.
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