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How to save immediately to online when the Save As box pop up?

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pctime

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Usually if I save something the "Save As" box pop up (screenshot https://i.imgur.com/IWKyoct.png ) and I need to save it on my PC first, then move the file to online e.g. Google drive, as attachment in email
Is there a way to save directly to Google drive or save an image/file/screenshot directly into Gmail attachment?

I mean when I see the "Save As" box pop, I want to save it somewhere online instead of in my PC

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pctime:

 

You have already posted this question previously today over at Bleeping Computer.  Posting the same issue/question on multiple Forums is not encouraged as it wastes volunteer time and can lead to conflicting advice.

 

Thank you and have a great day.

 

Regards,

-Phil


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pctime:

 

You have already posted this question previously today over at Bleeping Computer.  Posting the same issue/question on multiple Forums is not encouraged as it wastes volunteer time and can lead to conflicting advice.

 

Thank you and have a great day.

 

Regards,

-Phil

 

I understand, because I did not get any reply there, so I thought I would try here. I respect your forum rules, but lets say if someone does not get any answers from a post that he posted, it is logical that he would seek help from another forum that is more active instead of keep on waiting. I don't think it can lead to any conflicting advice as this question is a direct question. Thanks.


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It is a matter of forum etiquette pctime, it is all too easy to go starting threads on multiple forums, get an answer on one then move on, what about the people who will at some point step in to try and help you at the other threads, do you go back and thank them for their willingness to help, forum helpers volunteer their time for free and cannot be around 24/7 but regardless of this you got a reply within five hours over at BC which doesn't seem unreasonable and was most likely quicker than any paid for service elsewhere.

 

Thread closed as per the explanation of garioch7.


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