Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Drag and Drop Attachments with a Firefox Add-on

The ability to drag and drop attachments onto an email message is a feature that is often missed by people switching to Gmail.

But, there’s hope! A Firefox add-on easily expands the functionality of Gmail to include a drag and drop feature.

To enable this, you must be using Firefox (an alternative browser that is just as safe as Internet Explorer).

Click here to jump to the add-on page.

Install the add-on. (You will be prompted to restart Firefox.)

Now, when composing a new email, simply drag and drop one or multiple files into the grayish area above the body of your email (such as right above the subject line).

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Now, your attachment(s) will appear as being attached to the email.

Much handier than clicking the “Browse” button if you are often attaching files from a window that you already have open.

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