Save an email attachment in mail app to iCloud drive directly in iOS 9 on your iPhone, iPad. It’s a much useful for all compatibility iOS 9 device.
A massive feature of iOS 9 you should know everything about it. Because in iOS 8 you could save your email attachment in third-party Cloud storage (Dropebox, Google drive) services because in them iCloud drive app option had not available. But now in iOS 9, you get an essential option to save email attachment in mail app to iCloud drive directly in iOS 9 on your iPhone and iPad.
In addition, it’s not enough only to store mail attachment in iCloud drive but you can store attachment in a folder where you want. You want to learn practically then go at below given step by step instructions on how to save an email attachment in mail app to iCloud drive directly in iOS 9 on iPhone, iPad.
Steps on how to Save an email attachment in mail app to iCloud drive directly in iOS 9
Step 1. Launch mail app, on your iPhone, iPad
Step 2. Open up an attachment email from inbox in mail app,
Step 3. Tap and Hold on Attachment, then
Step 4. You’ll appear a Share sheet,
Step 5. Now Swipe right side at bottom row icons to access the save attachment icon (iCloud drive icon located next to the Quick Look icon)
Step 7. So now you can choose a folder to save an email attachment, after that tap on Move to this Location at the bottom side on your screen to save the file to iCloud drive.
Please Note: if you want to save the mail attachment on other third-party Cloud storage likely Google drive, Dropebox then tap on ‘’Locations’’ (available at the upper left side corner) otherwise go to the next step.
Step 8. Tap on Done (option at the upper right side corner).
If the iCloud drive app icon ‘’Show on Home screen’’ is enabled on your iPhone or iPad then you can directly access this attachment folder from your iPhone/iPad home screen through iCloud drive app.
Please share with us, if you know any other innovative features of iOS 9 wasn’t available in iOS 8. Apart from mention above feature save an email attachment in mail app to iCloud drive directly in iOS 9 on iPhone and iPad.