WhatsApp: Can you share files larger than 100MB?

Telegram recently updated to allow you to share files of up to 2GB. WhatsApp allows you to share files up to 100MB. If a user wishes to share a large file, or video, WhatsApp will only allow you to use WeTransfer or Dropbox. Telegram was able to support files up to 1.5GB in the past. Many users will appreciate this increase.

What if you don’t use Telegram and aren’t interested in downloading the app? Here’s how to use WhatsApp to share files with WhatsApp users. Google Drive is a cloud storage service. You can upload files as large as 50GB for no cost. Google offers 100GB storage for only Rs 130 per month. This is an amazing deal as it’s hard to find 20GB storage devices for under Rs 150.

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Google Drive can be used to upload large files via the messaging app. WhatsApp currently allows you to send video files with a 16MB maximum size, and regular files of up to 100MB. The maximum file size you can send is the one listed. You can only send large files to WhatsApp by uploading them to Google Drive, and sharing via the messaging app. These are just a few steps that you should follow.

WhatsApp: Can you share files larger than 100MB?

Step 1. To open Google Drive, click on the icon in the lower right corner.

2nd Step: Click on Upload File to select the file. After the file has been uploaded, the file will be displayed at the top of your app.

Step 3. Now, tap the three-dotted icon and choose ‘Copy this link’. The file will then be copied to the clipboard of your phone. Open WhatsApp and paste the link. Then, press the Share button.

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Conclusion

Telegram recently updated to allow you to share files of up to 2GB. WhatsApp allows you to share files up to 100MB. If a user wishes to share a large file, or video, WhatsApp will only allow you to use WeTransfer or Dropbox. Telegram was able to support files up to 1