Announcing new features for Windows Insiders with Gmail accounts in the Windows 10 Mail & Calendar apps.

Mail & Calendar apps have long supported connecting to and managing your Gmail account. But up until now, some capabilities were only available to those with an or Office 365 email address. With these updates, our latest features will be available for your Gmail account, including Focused Inbox andricher experiences for travel reservations and package deliveries.

Try the new Focused Inbox

To power these new features, we’ll ask your permission to sync a copy of your email, calendar and contacts to the Microsoft Cloud. This will allow new features to light up, and changes to update back and forth with Gmail–such as creation, edit or deletion of emails, calendar events and contacts. But your experience in or apps from Google will not change in any way.

How to get started

The new experience will first be made available to Mail & Calendar users who are part of the Windows Insider program – though not all Insiders will see the new experience on their Gmail account right away. We will expand the rollout gradually over the next few weeks. You’ll know the new experience is available for your account when you are prompted to update your Gmail account settings. If you miss the first prompt, we will remind you again in a few weeks.

Your favorite features are now available for your Google account!

We’re excited for bring an improved Mail & Calendar experience to your Gmail account, and welcome your feedback as we fine tune the new experience in the coming weeks.  You can provide feedback on this and other Mail & Calendar features at any time by going to Settings> Feedback in the app.

— Windows 10 Mail & Calendar team


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