You Can Now Receive Email Attachments Up To 50MB In Gmail

Gmail users here’s a good news, as Google has doubled the attachment file limit up to 50MB in your Gmail account, which is increased from 25MB. Making it pretty easy to upload and even receive much heavier files via attachments using the new updated Gmail app.

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Sending and receiving attachments is one of the major part of email exchanges, before this update, Gmail users had to reply on Google Drive, which actually offers a convenient way to share files of any size, sometimes you need to receive larger files as direct email attachments. So Google has increased the limit now. Starting today, you will be able to receive emails of up to 50MB directly.

Attachment limits when compared to other email services, such as Outlook and Yahoo, still offers 20MB and 25MB respectively.

Note: Sending attachment size limits will remain the same at 25MB; however, you can use the same Google Drive to send larger files and enjoy the update now.

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