Gmail reveals ‘Insert Photos’ feature for fast Sharing

By | April 16, 2014

The tech giant Google has launched the “Insert Photos” features for Gmail users. The Google has just made sharing images to be more simpler by  the few clicks as it introduces an ‘Insert Photos’ option in its Gmail service.

Gmail reveals ‘Insert Photos’ feature for Quick Sharing

This quick image sharing feature of Gmail will be  available for the iOS and Android and for other platform in the near future. The new feature allowed the users to insert photos which were auto backed-up to Google+ from their Android or iOS phones.


The ‘Insert Photo’ feature of Gmail has showed a grid of ‘Auto Backup’ for the images, which are available in the user’s Google+ account starting with the most recent ones. You can save time and insert your Auto Backup photos from your Smartphone into Gmail messages on the web by the help of a new Insert Photo button,”.  This information has been shared by the Google in its official Blog.

The Gmail users also have the option to upload the full ‘Album’  with the regular option to upload images by searching on the PC, or by the help of URL links. The resizing of online images as well as the composing a message is also possible, for which the users have to simply click on the corner of the image and drag it as per as his requirement. This Gmail feature is rolling out across the globe.

The Google has also updated the Gmail for its iOS users, which  is compatible with iOS 7 and higher versions. The update has said to be saving a lot of time on users’ time by “pre-fetching” their Gmail messages before they open the app.