Gmail announced today that it has doubled the allowable size for attachments from 10MB to 20MB. Now you can start sharing more of your home videos, large presentations, and files! Note that  because of the way email attachments are encoded, the maximum size of the file you send (which can vary from file to file) may be actually less than 20MB.

 

Congrats to Gmail for continuing to improve its offerings!

Complete Collections

These are full collections of a couple topics that might be useful.

Gmail Tips: Complete Collection


Masonic Tips: Complete Collection

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