Google gives you 15GB of free space in Google Drive which can seem like a lot of storage, compared to other storage platforms like Dropbox’s 2GB and Box’s 10GB. But there’s a catch — that 15GB limit incorporates not only your Google Drive, but also your Gmail account (messages and attachments) and Google Photos.

If you use Gmail as one of your primary email accounts, you’ve most likely found yourself knocking up against that 15GB limit more frequently than you’d like. Want to know how you can chase down the files, messages, attachments, and media that are taking up valuable gigabytes and reclaim that Google Drive space for yourself? Need more space in your Gmail inbox? Click here to review these simple tips!