With more than 7 million paying customers worldwide, Google Drive is undoubtedly one of the most popular cloud storage tools. More than one billion people use the service and entrust it with all kinds of files. One of the popular queries regarding Google Drive is its maximum capacity or maximum file size it supports. Google Drive maintains a maximum limit for each file, and the following section looks at these maximum file sizes in Google Drive.
What is the Maximum File Size in Google Drive?
Google Drive supports up to 10 million cells or around 18,728 columns as part of Google Sheets. The same limit applies to sheets imported from Microsoft Excel and CSV imports.
Regarding documents, the maximum limit is around 1.02 million characters. In terms of file size, a Google Docs text document with 1.02 million characters can have about 50 MB.
As far as presentations are concerned, the maximum file size is 100 MB. The limit is the same for presentations created or converted into Google Slides.
4. Google Sites
Google Drive can store sites with up to 15,000,000 characters per page or 40,000,000 characters per site or 10,000 pages per site, or 15,000 images per site.
5. Other Files
All kinds of other files in formats, like audio, video, image, etc., have a maximum limit of up to 5 TB.