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Sending attachments via email is practically second nature for most computer users. On desktops and laptops, sending multiple attachments is the easiest way. On Android and Windows devices, you can also easily attach multiple files to an email. However, on the iPhone and the iPad, it is not the case. In iOS devices, sending multiple attachments in an email is a way different process from others. In fact, for those who like to quickly send multiple attachments in Gmail from an iOS device, the lack of an easy way to do this is enough to make you wonder where all the talk about iOS devices being used for business and the enterprise comes from. Well, this won’t be the case anymore. For all iOS devices users, there is the good news that you all were waiting for as we have found out one of the easiest and simple way. Following article will help you on how to add attachments in Gmail for the iPhone-

How To Send Attachments With Gmail Message

With the iPhone Mail, you can send attachments with email messages such as photos, notes, contacts, and videos.  You can only add a file in an email attachment from the iCloud drive as it is set by default. Following are the steps to add attachments to Gmail using your iOS device-

Step 1: Head towards the Gmail app on the Home Screen of the iOS device.

How To Add Attachments In Gmail For The iPhone

Step 2: Once the app is open, click on the pencil icon to compose a new email.

How To Add Attachments In Gmail For The iPhone

Step 3: Next step is, you have to click on clip icon to attach an attachment.

 

How To Add Attachments In Gmail For The iPhone

Step 4: Now, Gmail will ask your permission to use your Camera roll to attach photos. Click on OK to proceed.

Step 5: Tap on the file that you want to attach. Gmail will automatically attach the selected file and will take you back to the compose message screen.

[Note: To add more than one file, tap and hold on a file until a tick box appears.  Now, click on the tick boxes on files which you want to send and select them].How To Add Attachments In Gmail For The iPhone

Step 6: Once you are done after selecting the files, tap on Done option located on the top right of the screen.

How To Add Attachments In Gmail For The iPhone

Step 7: The selected files are now attached to the Gmail Compose Message page on your iPhone.

How To Add Attachments In Gmail For The iPhone

Step 8: Finally, enter the email address to whom you want to send the attachments and then, click on the “>” icon. The email will be sent.

How To Add Attachments In Gmail For The iPhone

So, this is the way on how to add attachments in Gmail for the iPhone users.  However, there are some third-party apps which you can use to attach a photo or a document with your email, but it will take more time and several procedures have to be followed making the method a bit complex and lengthy. So, according to my best knowledge, the above-discussed method is the best and easiest way for sending multiple attachments in Gmail for iOS users.

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Which method are you using right now? Do let us know your preferred way of sending attachments in Gmail to others for the iOS devices. If this guide helped you in any way, don’t forget to give us a +1. Also, if you have any issues following the guide, please comment down below. I’ll get back to you asap.

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