Use Windows 7's Jump Lists To Quickly Attach Files In Gmail

It's pretty easy to simply drag a file into Gmail to attach it. If you're attaching a few files regularly, it's even easier to load them into one of Windows 7's very handy jump lists and drag them over in two clicks.

Lifehacker commenter ZaideHorse shows us how simple life can be when you add files to Windows 7's Jump List areas, the short lists that pop up after right-clicking on a taskbar icon. Whether you load files into the Explorer icon, Word documents onto Word, or graphics files onto Photoshop, it's a smart way to get access to files you often need to send off to friends and colleagues — just right-click, drag and drop, no window sizing or desktop access required.


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