How do you send someone a track?

Answered by Robert Dupre

There are several methods to send someone a track, depending on the format and file size. Here are some options:

1. Email: Sending an MP3 file via email is one of the easiest ways to share a track. Simply attach the file to your email and send it to the recipient. However, keep in mind that some email providers may have limitations on file size, so make sure your track is within the allowable limit.

2. Bluetooth: If you and the recipient are in close proximity to each other, you can use Bluetooth to transfer the track directly from one device to another. This method is quick and convenient, especially for smaller files.

3. WhatsApp: If you both have WhatsApp installed on your smartphones, you can send the track through the app. Simply open a chat with the recipient, click on the attachment icon, and select the track from your device.

4. Facebook Messenger: Similar to WhatsApp, you can use Facebook Messenger to send tracks to your friends. Open a chat with the person you wish to send the track to, click on the “+” icon, and select the track you want to share.

5. Google Drive: If the track is too large to send via email or messaging apps, you can upload it to Google Drive and share the file link with the recipient. They can then download the track from the link you provided.

6. OneDrive: Similarly, you can use Microsoft’s OneDrive to upload and share tracks with others. Upload the track to your OneDrive account and share the file link with the intended recipient.

7. iCloud: If you and the recipient both use Apple devices, you can use iCloud to share tracks. Upload the track to your iCloud Drive and generate a shareable link to send to the recipient.

8. Filemail: If you’re dealing with large audio files, services like Filemail can be useful. They allow you to upload the track and generate a download link that you can send to the recipient. This is particularly handy when dealing with files that exceed email attachment limits.

Consider the size of the track, the recipient’s preferred method of receiving files, and any limitations or preferences they may have when choosing the best method to send a track.