Free up your Gmail space in just 3 steps

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Every Google Account starts with 15 GB of free storage that’s shared across Google Drive, Gmail, and Google Photos but most of the users would be hitting the limit, here’s how to free up your space.

Step #1: Once you’re logged in to your Gmail account, launch one.google.com/storage, here you will get to see the amount of storage used by apps such as Google Drive, Gmail & Photos.

Launch one.google.com/storage

Image – Launch one.google.com/storage

Step #2:If you scroll down further down, there is a link to ‘Free up account storage’, click on it.

Click on Free up account storage
Image – Click on ‘Free up account storage’

Step #3: You would have options for Review and free up space for Deleted emails, Spam emails & Deleted Files.

Review and free up Discarded Items
Image – Review and free up Discarded Items

There is also an option to check ‘Large items’ so that you can review and clean up.

Google One is actually a subscription plan that gives more storage to use across Google Drive, Gmail, and Google Photos. You can check the pricing here.

Google One
Image – Google One

More FAQ’s here.

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