Google
just introduced a new feature on their mailing system which is popularly known
as Gmail. The update is all about streaming video attachment on Gmail without
the need of downloading it first. It is clear that since Google updated their
Gmail app to start supporting file attachments up to 50MB, more features has
been rolling out for users. 
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The
feature as announced by Google, will be put to place for public use in the next
15 days. So users with Gmail account are expected to use the feature when it is
available. As the update may have it, this video streaming attachment will go a
long way to make the web based client from Google, more useful to fans. So when
this become available to the public, users are expected to login or sign in
with their Gmail account in order to access this feature that entails watching
video without the need of downloading it first online.

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HOW
THIS FEATURE ON GMAIL WORKS
Once
this Google update becomes available, the video attachments will display a
thumbnail exactly from the clip. So all you need to do at that moment, is to
double click on the video and immediately or within seconds, the content will
start displaying or streaming, this is just exactly like that of  YouTube video streaming online. You can adjust
the playback speed, also videos are delivered by default at optimal quality.
Have you in anyway double-click on Google Drive video file, and see how it
handles videos? That’s exactly what happens in this new update. So finally, the
 newly updated feature was programmed to function
just like streaming on YouTube and  well,
Google Drive.

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