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Storage

How does the storage I get with Google One compare to what I get for free?

Every Google Account starts with 15 GB of free storage that’s shared across Google Drive, Gmail, and Google Photos. When you upgrade to Google One, your total storage increases to 100 GB or more depending on what plan you choose. You also get extra member benefits and access to support from Google experts - all of which you can share with your family.

Every Google Account starts with 15 GB of free storage that’s shared across Google Drive, Gmail, and Google Photos. When you upgrade to Google One, your total storage increases to 100 GB or more depending on what plan you choose. You also get extra member benefits and access to support from Google experts - all of which you can share with your family.

What counts as storage and what does not?

Google Drive: Most files in your "My Drive," including PDFs, images, videos, and items in your Trash. Note: Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms, and Sites don't take up storage space.

Gmail: Messages and attachments, including items in your Spam and Trash folders.

Google Photos: Photos and videos stored in Original quality.

See here for more info on how storage works with Google One.

Google Drive: Most files in your "My Drive," including PDFs, images, videos, and items in your Trash. Note: Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms, and Sites don't take up storage space.

Gmail: Messages and attachments, including items in your Spam and Trash folders.

Google Photos: Photos and videos stored in Original quality.

See here for more info on how storage works with Google One.

What happens to my files if I go over my storage limit?

If you go over your storage limit, you won't lose anything. However, you won’t be able to store new files in Google Drive or store new Original quality photos or videos in Google Photos, and you may not be able to receive emails with your Gmail address.

Need more room? You can learn more about clearing up space or upgrade to Google One to get more storage.

If you go over your storage limit, you won't lose anything. However, you won’t be able to store new files in Google Drive or store new Original quality photos or videos in Google Photos, and you may not be able to receive emails with your Gmail address.

Need more room? You can learn more about clearing up space or upgrade to Google One to get more storage.

Still have questions? Check out our Help Center.

Once you’re a Google One member, you can get direct access to Google experts who can help answer questions about Google products and services (including Google One).

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