Users can now add and save attachments in emails in Apple's iOS9 mobile operating system for iPhones and iPads.
It's a small but important new feature in the latest iOS.
Previously, users could only insert photos and videos.
Adding an attachment is similar to adding a photo.
Press and hold inside the body of the email. Click the right triangle to cycle to and then click on "Add Attachment".
Select a folder and then attach the document. You can also select "Locations" and add files from other sources such as Google Drive and Dropbox if you have those apps installed.
Saving a file attachment is easy too. Just tap and hold on a file attachment in an email until the Share option displays. Swipe to the left until Save Attachment appears. You can save to the iCloud or other folders.