Focused Inbox and more coming to Gmail users in the Windows 10 Mail & Calendar app
Microsoft is gearing up to give Gmail users a little love in the Windows 10 Mail & Calendar apps. The tech giant announced some new features, including Focused Inbox, are coming to Gmail users, with Windows Insiders getting the first crack.
The feature updates are already things that are available to those with Office 365 and Outlook.com email addresses, but they'll be a first for Gmail users. Along with Focused Inbox, Gmail users will get access to travel and package tracking, as well as a faster and improved search. From Microsoft:
Windows Insiders will get a first shot at testing these features, but Microsoft says not all Insiders will see the changes right away. The features will roll out gradually "over the next few weeks," and you'll be able to tell when you have access to them when you receive a prompt in the Mail & Calendar apps to update your Gmail account settings.
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Forgot the exact msg when I launched the "Mail" app but I think it's just a test.
* I'm not insider. If this feature come to Android... I'm switching to it, cause right now, Inbox only works with gmail.