Windows 10 is improving day by day. Now, Windows 10 Mail and Calendar has improved for Gmail users. In the first few weeks, only people who participate in the Windows Insider Program can benefit from these improved apps. After the apps are tested all Gmail users that have Windows 10 will benefit from them.
Gmail users have been using Windows 10 Mail and Calendar for a while, but now they have the possibility to access more attractive features. Until now, some of these options were only available for Office 365 users and Outlook.com account owners.
One of the best options for Gmail users is the Focused Inbox from Windows 10. With this feature, they will be able to prioritize the most important emails. There are other features included in Windows 10 Mail and Calendar. Some of them will help users to track their shipping deliveries to search faster or to track their important events.
After Microsoft introduced summary cards for shipments and travel plans to Outlook, it announced that it would bring it to Windows 10 Mail and Calendar. With these new features, Gmail users will be able to enjoy the way they use emails. Despite the fact that emails are old and not so fun, Windows 10 Mail and Calendar’s options make them look and feel more interesting.
Google has also reinvented our email with Gmail. Certain emails are promoted, and other are turned into cards. This way, it is easier to sort them out and to read only what is important for you. Yahoo also wanted to improve its search function in their mail. It mentioned that it would add support for Google Apps and Gmail.
Gmail users who want to benefit from all the great features of the Windows 10 Mail and Calendar need to allow Microsoft Cloud to sync a copy of the calendar, contacts, and email. This might create some privacy issue since people have been complaining about Windows 10 having privacy problems. This seems to be the only problem with the new and improved Mail and Calendar for Windows 10.
What is your opinion about these features? Are you going to use the improved apps?
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