There is always a better way to do most things in life, and that's certainly the case with how you handle large e-mail attachments. You can do what most people do and dump them into your cloud storage manually, or you can do something that's a bit more efficient - use the instant email > cloud data transfer web extension, Kloudless. A new-this-year web extension and app created by students at UC Berkeley, Kloudless will please anyone who receives large attachments on a regular basis. It lets you move large attachments to the cloud in a couple of clicks, making the task of archiving data in the cloud finally a seamless process. Our guide will outline how to use the handy email-data-moving service, Kloudless.
Attachments are a big part of the way some people email. The problem is, if you want to keep that image, it’s a several step process to download it and add it to some sort cloud storage service. Attachments.me is a Google Chrome extension out to change that. Basically what happens is Attachments.me scans your incoming emails for attachments. When it finds some, it gives you the option to automatically upload it to one of four different cloud-based storage services. Setting up Attachments.me Attachments.me is downloaded and installed like any other Google Chrome extension. Head to the Chrome Web
Email attachments have been used right from the start of the email days. Now-a-days people share more and more stuff online, rather than sending them through attachments. However it is still a part of many email users daily experience, since it is the easiest way to share a document or picture or anything else you want. Most of the web-based email services have ignored this feature and haven’t done much to ease the user experience. GMail however, has always kept adding features to its service. Lets look at 5 unique attachment related features in GMail. 1) Drag and Drop Attachments