Google’s Gmail service has brought a unique feature to its customers. Gmail is going to start sending an email as an attachment without downloading it. The Google company said in a blog post, “We heard from you that there are situations where attaching an email is more correct than sending an individual email, such as when you want to send multiple messages related to a single subject. Now you can do the same in this new technique. “
Actually, now users will not need to download it first to forward the mail. Google is now giving the facility to forward emails an attachment. If we talk about now, users have to download the attached email first to forward it and then add those attachments one by one.
If you want to forward an e-mail to someone in the new feature, then you will not have to download the attachment, rather you will be able to send it directly. As soon as this feature starts, a new ‘forward edge attachment’ option will appear in the three-dot menu.
When sending a new email, users can either use the attach button or select multiple emails simultaneously and find the option of ‘forward edge attachment’ in the three-dot menu. This facility is likely to be launched next month.