I am really liking some of the new features offered by Gmail recently, and dragging and dropping is one of my favorites. First, Gmail unveiled the ability for users to attach documents and other files to a Gmail message simply by dragging and dropping the file from a folder to the message. Yes, that’s as easy as it sounds – just click on the file in your folder (or your desktop), and drag it to the attachment area of the email – an area immediately opens up to accept the new file. And now, you can also drag and drop in the other direction – you can click on an attachment within an email and drag it to the desktop or to a folder. This is a lifesaver – it’s really time-consuming to click on the Download button and then move the file to the folder of your choice. Thanks, Google, for the really simple, but really fantastic, features!
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