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Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by tennvol, Nov 23, 2009.
When using the native gmail application, how do I attach multiple pictures/files to a email?
I have no clue how to do that but was wondering as well.
I also have no idea how to select which email account to send the pics from. Any idea?
Here's how to attach files (pic) with the Gmail app:
From the Inbox
Compose a new message
Press the Menu on the phone
Press attach (the paperclip)
Repeat for more files (pics)
I don't use the corporate email app, so someone else needs to chime in if necessary.
Thanks. Another question....I have hundreds of pictures on my SD card. When I try to attach multiple pictures the gallery opens up and all my pictures are mixed together, ie the file structure is lost. How do I view them in the file structure I have created? I tried ASTRO and it will only let me attach one picture per email.
Here's what I've been able to figure out so far.
Open your Gallery. Choose the folder where your photos are located.
Once the folder is open, press the Menu button on the phone. Select Multiselect, then proceed to select the pictures you want to share by touching each one. Once you've selected the photos (will be checked), press the Share button on the bottom of the screen. Choose the GMail option. A Compose Email window will appear.
gallery > choose folder > 'share' icon > select photos > share > gmail
I think in the course of 5 years people have already figured it out.
Well thank you for taking your time to comment. Your time must be extremely valuable.
Since some people are still using this version of the Droid operating system, I would say the response is relevant, and since the previous post did not fully explain the answer to the question, it is reasonable to think that the answer may be of benefit to someone else.
Some people have other things to do than play with their phones all day and can benefit from a concise google response.
I hadn't, needed to look it up, AGAIN !
go to gallery > select folder > 'share' icon > select item> share > gmail