Save Emails to Google Drive: limitations and requirements

Save Emails to Google Drive allows you save and archive emails to any Google Drive folder. However, there are some limitations and requirements. Limitations Your labels and sub-labels cannot have /, +, \, special characters, or emojis in their names. For example, instead of Emails/Clients, use Emails – Clients. Your labels cannot be named INBOX. For example, instead […]

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How to save a single email to Google Drive

Open your email and click the “Save to Google Drive” icon on your Gmail or Google Apps mail: Click the “Save to Google Drive” button: Click the “Save to Google Drive” button: Success – job started: The emails have been saved to your Google Drive folder. Success – job finished: Go to your Google Drive […]

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Google Team Drive Technical Specifications and Limitations

Observe these technical limitations imposed by Google when migrating data or organizing content. You can read more details: here Storage space You can upload 750 GB of data per day. You can upload files up to 5 TB in size. If a single file exceeds the 750 GB daily limit, that file will upload. Subsequent […]

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What is Google Shared Drive (Team Drive)?

Google Shared Drives (previously called Team Drives) are shared spaces where teams can store and share their files and folder. Unlike files in My Drive, files in Team Drive belong to the team instead of an individual. Even if members leave, the files stay exactly where they are so your team can continue to share […]

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Save emails to Google Drive – filename format for attachments

How you organize and name your files will have a big impact on your ability to find those files later and to understand what they contain. You should be consistent and descriptive in naming and organizing files so that it is obvious where to find specific data and what the files contain. File names for […]

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