Just because you don’t store all your files on Google Drive doesn’t mean it should be a pain in the neck to attach them to an email. As long as you are using Gmail, there is no shortage of integrations for file attachment from any number of sources.

With over 400 million users, Dropbox is one of the most popular file hosting services in the world. How do you get it into Gmail?

Today I walk you through the steps to add Dropbox as an attachment option when sending emails in Gmail. Using Dropbox’s own Chrome Extension you can finally leave the “I’ll save this to my desktop and then attach it from there” mentality behind.

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