You can then drag and drop one or multiple files as well as browsing your local files by clicking on the "Choose files" button. The files are shortly uploaded right after.
With this method, you will attach the same files to all emails sent with this template. This means that all of your recipients will receive the same files. If you want to send individual files to each recipient, see the section below.
How to add personalized attachments?
Sending a mail merge with personalized attachments is a powerful solution that lets you for example send invoices to your customers or payslips to your employees.
To automate this recurrent task, here's what you need to do:
Upload your file to a Google Drive folder
Select the file and right-click on it
Click Share or Share
Under “Get Link,” click Change to anyone with link
Copy the link and paste it into your spreadsheet under a column where you will put all personalized attachments. The column should be named "Attachment" or "Attachments"
Repeat the steps for each of your recipient
Once your spreadsheet is filled, open Mailmeteor, select your template or create a new one, then click "Send emails". Mailmeteor will pull out each file and attach it to the relevant email - exactly as for personalized variables.
It the same spreadsheet used by this in-depth tutorial about sending individual attachments in Gmail. In the spreadsheet, you will notice it contains a column named "Attachment". If you send a new campaign with Mailmeteor, each of your recipient will receive the file linked in this column "Attachment".
How to add large attachments (>5 MB) in Mailmeteor
Either you add personalized attachments or non-personalized ones to your emails, Mailmeteor allows only small files (up to 5MB) to be sent the overall deliverability of your campaign.
To attach larger files in your email, we recommend to add a Google Drive link in your template. Here's how to do it:
Upload your file to your Google Drive
Select file and right-click on it
Click Share or Share
Under “Get Link,” click Change to anyone with link (or restrict to specific emails)
Copy the link that Google Drive will give you
Now open a template in Mailmeteor (or create a new template)
Paste the link in your template
This will add a link into your emails that your recipients can click on to download the file. You can even create an anchor, such as "Click here to download the file".
In Gmail, Google Drive links also appear as an attachment in your recipient"s inbox. So it's totally transparent for your recipient.
If you prefer watching a video, here's a tutorial on attaching files to your mail merge in Mailmeteor: