#1 By: Chris Hoffman, September 7th, 2013 06:40
Originally published at: http://www.howtogeek.com/171788/how-to-free-up-storage-space-on-your-google-account-the-ultimate-guide/
Google accounts now use a shared pool of storage. Every account gets 15 GB of free space, which is shared across your Gmail, Google Drive, and Google+ Photos. But certain types of files don’t count towards your storage quota.
#2 By: campbell2644, September 7th, 2013 11:01
All interesting stuff but it would be good if you could spread the info round about other servers apart from just Google. Not everyone is sucked into the Google basket.
#3 By: Craig Thorne, September 8th, 2013 21:31
Then they would have to rename the title of the article. I think i remember an earlier article about different providers of on line storage, maybe you could do a search on this site.
#4 By: David Moore, September 10th, 2013 09:22
You in fact can search by size from within Gmail.
into the searchbar and it will show you all messages that are 10mb or larger
#5 By: Sanjeev Kumar, November 22nd, 2013 08:54
I wish to know when I save my gmail attachments in Google drive, and don't delete that mail in gmail itself, would that file occupy 2 times storage (i.e. if the file is of 1 mb, will it occupy 2MBs- 1mb in gmail and another G Drive?).
2nd, In any case, after I save the attachment in G Drive, will I be able to search that mail in future and open that attachment from the mail itself?
#6 By: Lowell Heddings, November 22nd, 2013 09:09
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