Have you ever had the moment when you want to look at an attachment on an email with out downloading it? Perhaps it sometimes gets lost in your crowded download folder. Either way, if you use GMail and have either of these issues, there is a solution. You can now save attachments from GMail to drive and not have to leave your email. This is pretty cool as it can help to keep Malware off your system as well.
Google said the feature works for all types of files, including images, videos, spreadsheets, and PDFs. The new attachment experience, which is available on desktop, will roll out to Gmail users over the next week. It only works within Gmail, Google said, so people using desktop e-mail apps or other clients to get to their Gmail won't be able to save attachments to Drive the same way.