Psssst...we just raised the max (unconverted) file size from 1GB to 10GB in Google Docs. Don't tellI told you or I'll be in big trouble.
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- That is too Big !!Aug 9, 2011
- This is pretty awesome news Scott! I am testing it right now... the documentation I read still says 1GB... (https://docs.google.com/support/bin/static.py?page=guide.cs&guide=1247871&answer=1250859) "Files that you upload to Google Docs but don't convert to Google Docs format can't be larger than 1GB each, even if you’ve purchased extra storage." although another search led me to see this, "https://docs.google.com/support/bin/static.py?page=guide.cs&guide=1247871"!!!
Super excited!Sep 26, 2011
- Oct 5, 2011
- It appears that Goole removed the upload speed cap, at least up to 10Mbit/s!Jan 12, 2012
- what a great news!
haApr 24, 2012
- Attn: Scott Johnston.
I ran across some of your posts via Ask Google. (THAT page is bookmarked and backed up! It was badly needed; kudos!).
However I am wondering what the limit is for unconverted uploading to either Google docs or (is it working yet or not?) Google drive?
Being in Quebec, I am a Videotron subscriber for High speed cable internet. If the maximum speed to upload to Google is faster than the current upload speed I have, I can upgrade my speed with Videotron, either temporarily or permanently as needed.
(The same is true for (consumption) Bandwidth.)
I am going to try and add you to my Google Talk list if it will accept. That could be handy, especially for a techy type like me (for about 50 years!)
Bruce MartinMay 3, 2012
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