While Gmail limits the file size of attachments to 25 MB — which means no sending big video, audio, or complex image files — Google Drive lets you send files up to 15 GB. To do this, you’ll create a folder, upload files to that folder, and share the folder with others.
To create a folder, log in to Google Drive and click the large, red “New” button on the right-hand side of your screen. Select “Folder” from the dropdown menu. Then, either drag and drop files into the central pane of the screen (as shown in the screenshot below), or right-click anywhere on the central pane of the screen and choose “Upload Files.”
Next, share the folder with others by opening My Drive, which is your main Google Drive page. Right-click on the folder and choose “Share” from the dropdown menu.
Enter names and email addresses of those you’d like to share the folder with, and choose whether or not they can edit or comment on the documents inside. Click done, and you’re all set!