Gmail adds 'Drag and Drop Attachments' functionality

Published Date
16 - Apr - 2010
| Last Updated
16 - Apr - 2010
 
Gmail adds 'Drag and Drop Attachments' functionality

In case you hadn’t noticed already, here is a heads up: Google launched another feature in quick succession, and this time it is “Drag and Drop Attachments” for Gmail.

A feature that all Gmail users can be happy about is unfortunately limited to Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox 3.6 users for now. However, Google does promise that they will “enable this for other browsers as soon as they support this feature”.
Drag and Drop Attachments

If you are someone who regularly attaches things to their mails and use Gmail, then don’t wait for the functionality to come to other browsers! Switch now!

In related news, Google also introduced another interesting feature, a long required functionality that allows users to send a Google Calendar Invitation (in other words, create Calendar events) directly from their Gmail.

This is how it appears:

Insert Invitation in Google Calendar

You can then customize the invitation, (choose a time etc.), preview it, and then insert it into the email. Once you send the mail, the invitation will be added to your calendar, as well as your friends’.
 

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