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How to download all of your Gmail attachments at once

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Gmail is one of the best Android apps for accessing your email. The amount of things that can be done through Gmail is infinite, whether on the mobile or desktop platform. While downloading bulk attachments from a long email thread is a hassle on your Android phone, desktop users have a shortcut. Here’s how you can download all Gmail attachments at once on your computer.

How to download all Gmail attachments at once

  1. Go mail.google.com on your computer.

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  2. Open the email chain.
  3. Click on the three vertical points in the navigation bar at the top.

    Gmail Download all attachments

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  4. Please select Resend all.

    Gmail Download all attachments

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  5. Get into your own email address as the recipient.

  6. Click Send.
  7. Go to your Inbox.

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  8. Open the email you just sent yourself.

    Gmail Download all attachments

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  9. Scroll to the end where the accessories are located.

    Gmail Download all attachments

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  10. Click Download all attachments or Add all to Drive.

You can save all attachments from a long email thread to your computer in one go. Alternatively, the files can be stored on Google Drive directly from Gmail. This makes the attachments easily accessible from multiple platforms and also backs them up to the cloud at once.

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Google integrates Gmail with all of its other Google workspace platforms beautifully. Every Android phone comes with Gmail out of the box. As an email client, Gmail provides reliable security measures and many features. With smart tips and tricks, you can get a lot of productivity from Gmail for desktop. Everything is linked to your Google account and you get a total of 15GB of free cloud storage space. This takes into account Gmail, Google Drive, Google Photos, Google Docs, and many other Google platforms.

If 15GB isn’t enough for you, consider expanding it with Google One. There are many monthly and yearly plans to fit all budgets. You’ll be glad you bought the extra space if you back up your photos and videos to Google Photos or Drive. If you max out your quota, Gmail won’t receive any new email and you won’t even know if someone is trying to reach you.

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Get access to more than just the basic 15GB of storage with your free Google account. With multiple plans for each budget, you also get a helpful dashboard to monitor your data stats. Depending on your region, Google offers benefits like a free VPN and hotel discounts.

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