Gmail is a great tool to send files, mails, documents across the world within few seconds, Google Drive is also a powerful tool that lets you upload images, files, documents and other important things in the cloud remotely with great ease. You can save a lot of important things on your Google Drive account and rest assured about the security. You can also save things in Google Drive when you don’t have enough space in your PC and can access the data from anywhere.
No doubt, Gmail and Google Drive both are used worldwide daily for various numbers of reasons. Whenever you receive an attachment that is important to you it is good to save it at good place so that you could access it from anywhere even with great ease. Saving on laptop, desktop PC will not give that data when you are out without your laptop.
But thats not the same with Google Drive. Just like you can access Gmail from anywhere and any point of time, same is with Google Drive. So, do you know any way through which you would save Gmail attachment directly to Google Drive without downloading it first on system and then uploading it on Google Drive? In simpler, as you are always saving documents on Google Drive so why not find a way to directly downloading the attachments from Gmail to Google Drive. It will save you a lot of time and efforts.
We are providing you some quick steps on how to save Gmail attachments directly on Google Drive.
1. First position the cursor on the message attachment that you want to save to Google Drive.
2. You will two icons one for Download and another for Save to Drive, click the Save to Drive icon.
If you want to save all Gmail attachment to Google Drive in just one go.
1. Click the Save all to drive icon
When you will save attachment to Google Drive you will get an option to put that file in particular folder. Click desired folder to save that file in that folder. But saving all the files to Google Drive will not give you options to manually put files in different sub-folders.
You can still download the attachment directly to your computer.