Finding Email attachments in your Gmail in the native Email client on iPad is challenging especially for older emails. After you find the attachment, you may want to save it in your Dropbox or Google Drive account or just on your iPad for offline viewing. This blog addresses this issue and provides a solution to find and take action on your Gmail attachments.
Finding Email attachments on iPad
Whenever you search for old emails on iPad, usually you only get emails from last 2-3 days. Then there are many of us for whom email is really our filing system. So, an ability to get access to any email attachments at least from the last 30 days becomes really crucial. One of the tools for finding your email attachments is DocSync Application for your iPad. As you can see on the main screen, you just click on Email attachments and start configuring your Gmail accounts. Once the DocSync and your GMail accounts are connected, go to Email attachments and then the program starts working and in few minutes your email attachments from last 30 days starts showing up.
Many a times, you really want to know the context in which those attachments came to you. So you want the ability to go back to the original email and DocSync gives you that capability too.
Want to transfer any Email attachment to iPad
If you want to transfer and make a copy of any of the Email attachments on your iPad for off-line viewing, DocSync app may just be the thing you need.
Upload your Gmail attachments to Dropbox or Google Drive
Once you have your email attachments just click on them and click on the option to Upload to Dropbox or Upload to Google Drive. In a few seconds your files will be uploaded to the cloud drives you select and readily available for use.
If you want to get access to all your Gmail attachments in one place, an ability to see the context of the original email and an ability to upload to Dropbox and Google Drive, DocSync.Net is the must have app for your iPad. What are you waiting for? Try it today from the App Store and let us know what you think!