iPhone Mail App iPhone Mail App makes it simple to attach photos documents, videos, documents and files to Emails that are sent via your device. Below are the steps for attach Files and photos to Emails messages on iPhone.
Attach files and photos to emails using an iPhone or iPad
Although you can communicate simple messages and ideas by writing some words into an email, it’s impossible to communicate complicated ideas through Email.
In these situations it becomes imperative to add Files such as Spreadsheets, Files and Photos to clearly explain the concept and present your concept in an easier way.
If you’re working in an officeenvironment, you’ll always encounter the requirement to send reports as well as drawings and other forms of documentation in Email Attachments to owners, clients and other stakeholders.
1. Send photos via email to iPhone
Follow the instructions below to attach images and videos into your emails on iPhone.
1. Open Mail App and then tap the Compose Email icon at the lower right corner.
2. Compose your Email Message and then tap anywhere within the body of the Email Message to enable an Editing Menu by clicking on the Arrow.
3. Tap on the Arrow and then select Insert Photo and Video option when it becomes available to select.
4. Next, tap on the All Photos option.
You’ll be directed through your Photos app, which you can choose the photo you would like to include in your email message.
2. Attach Documents to Emails iPhone
It is very easy to add files in Emails on iPhone If the file you wish to send via Email is in iCloud, or is available through different Cloud Storage Services like Dropbox, Google Drive or OneDrive and many more.
1. Open Mail App and then tap the Compose Mail icon in the lower right corner.
2. Compose your Email Message and then tap anywhere within the body of your Email Message to enable an Editing Menu.
3. Tap on the Arrow and then select the Add Document option when it becomes available for you to choose.
4. On the next screen, you will be able to select the document you wish to email as an Attachment to your iPhone.
NOTE: You may have to tap the folder that contains the file, if the file is located in an existing folder.