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Gmail can now stream small video attachments without downloading them

By TechNadu Staff / March 17, 2017

The top-hit company Google, introduces a new feature in Gmail where you are no longer need to download the video streaming file on your Gmail instead you can stream the video file directly on that page.

This new Gmail feature allows the user to watch the video directly without downloading them on your system which means you can save your system storage memory and also the time wasting in downloading the video if that isn't important to you. Stream before you download them on your system using a Gmail.

Google confirm that these features will roll out in next 15 days. In the earlier days, if we receive any video file on our Gmail we need to download the file on our system to stream but now we don't need to be. Gmail offers their users to stream the received video file directly on the page without downloading them. This saves our time and the memory of the system.

But now, the new video streaming feature is able to download the received video file directly and to view on Gmail itself - means just to click the video it will play on the page.

Suppose Gmail will now shows a thumbnail of the video. Initially click the thumbnail, the video file will open in a YouTube like native video player developed specially for Gmail. such a pre-planned feature it is.

User have rights to adjust the quality and sound, while playing the video. But the video size is limited up to 50MB. Suppose if you need High resolution video, then you should prefer a Google drive because it supports streaming.

The new feature will help to do your work easier and globally roll out in next 15 days, user can see it.



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