In a new update Gmail now allows you to receive files up to 50 MB , doubling the incoming Data limit.


With the latest update on the G Suite blog we have been informed that you can now receive files up to 50MB . Previously it was only 25 MB without the use of Google Drive. It comes in quite handy if you use gmail for business purposes. The downside however is that the sending limit is still at 25 MB. So the increased cap will only work if the sender uses an email service that allows larger files than that. If you’re wondering in what scenario these numbers might be needed, imagine working in an engineering or planning office needing to send out multiple plans or pdf files. As someone who had to deal with this I really appreciate the efforts made by Google to upgrade that.