You can even reply to an email by adding multiple emails in the compose window via drag and drop.
"We've heard from you that there are situations where attaching emails makes more sense than forwarding separate emails, like wanting to forward multiple messages related to a single topic", Google explained.
The ability to forward emails is a useful way to avoid the cumbersome task of copying and pasting, but too many forwards can quickly make a mess of things, making it hard to keep track of which message went where and to whom.More news: Fresh Express brand Sunflower Crisp Chopped Kit recalled due to E. coli
The new email attachment feature is rolling out starting with G Suite users.
Sometimes a feature has been missing for so long you just get used to not having it, That's how we have felt about not being able to send multiple email attachments via Gmail in one go.
Gmail has a new feature that allows you to send emails as attachments in an attempt to tackle the problem of colossal email chains that take up acres of screen real estate.More news: Supreme Court leaves Kentucky's ultrasound law in place
The gif below illustrates how the new feature works. Another method to insert emails in a new thread to select the emails from the Gmail inbox and then choose to "Forward as attachment" from the three-dot menu.
Alternatively, Gmail users can send an email as an attachment by right-clicking on a message and dragging and dropping the file into the body of a message. The feature is arriving for all end users; there's no limit on how many emails can be attached to a single message.
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