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Drag and Drop Attachments in Gmail

Drag and Drop Gmail Attachments Onto Your Desktop

Any day that Google adds more drag and drop functionality to Gmail is a good day, and today is one of those days. Now, Chrome users are able to drag and drop Gmail attachments to save them to the desktop. Google added some drag-and-drop functionality to Gmail last Spring when it enabled dragging files onto Gmail messages to attach them, and now it works in reverse, too.

Sadly, the feature still only works in Google's Chrome browser, but since the dragging-to-attach functionality works in both Firefox and Safari as well, I'm hoping it'll soon roll out to other browsers.

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