Google today rolled out new Google Drive features in Gmail, as well as its Android and iOS apps. The Gmail part is live now, while the Android update is rolling out on Google Play “over the next week or so” and the iOS app is available now on Apple’s App Store.
First up, you can now share Google Drive files through Gmail, without having to worry about accidentally removing a person’s access. When you select the “Insert as Attachment” option from Google Drive, you can attach non-Google files directly to your Gmail message. In other words, if you delete a file from Google Drive, the people you shared it with will still have a copy.
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