How to save multiple attachments at a time : gmail?
I sent myself about 30 pictures to my email and I know that on gmail, if you click on the picture and hold it you can save it to your gallery. What I want to do, since there's so many pictures, is save them all at one time. How???
- 7 years agoFavorite Answer
If they are all in the same email, just choose "download all attachments"
For future reference, use Google Drive (www.drive.google.com) to do stuff like this--you can much more easily upload/download files. It's basically a cloud service flash drive, and free
- Anonymous4 years ago
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- CherylLv 45 years ago
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I don't use G Mail but I think I know how you can do that. Copy and save what it is you want to make multiple copies of and save it as a draft under a different name. For example if your first draft is A1, then make the second one A2 and so on. Another thing you could do is to use two different browsers at the same time. Like Chrome and Firefox. Have them both open to Gmail and copy from one browser to the other. To make sure that your work is there just refresh (F5 key) both browsers. That combination should do the trick for you.
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- 7 years ago
Try this, it exports all emails with their attachments.
Your attachments will be automatically moved into a folder to Google Drive.