Using Gmail with Google Drive
Gmail talks to Google Drive so that you don’t have to switch over to your Google drive and manually share a document with another person (which can tedious and slow).
This is a great feature because it enables you to insert a Google Drive document into a new email and Gmail will then check whether the recipient has the item shared to them. This will save you lots of time manually sharing documents.
You will learn:
|How to attach or insert a Drive file to an email recipient
|The difference between inserting a Drive attachment, or sharing a Drive link
|How Gmail checks sharing privileges for the recipient
This video is 2 minutes 43 seconds long:
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This will enable you to easily share multiple files with a group of recipients by email. In addition, Gmail and Drive will also give you further options for sharing different files as view-only, comment-only or edit-only with recipients.