Microsoft tests Outlook.com integration with Gmail and Google Calendar

Ruben Fields
November 21, 2019

Once a user's Google account is linked to their Outlook account, they will be able to view their Gmail emails, Google Drive Documents, and Google Calendar entries from their Outlook.com email client interface.

Microsoft confirmed to Engadget that it is testing the feature on a small group of users. Florian B tweeted, along with the screenshot displayed above.

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Microsoft seems to have started rolling out new integration options to Outlook.com, making life easier for anyone who uses both Microsoft and Google services. In case you're one of the lucky few who have access to the feature, you should see a new pop-up in Outlook that says, "Add your Google Mail and Calendar to Outlook and easily manage everything in one place". Microsoft also appears to have redesigned the webmail again to add an account picker on the left sidebar, similar to what we now have on Outlook for iOS and Android. In the meantime, let us know in the comments if you're also seeing this new Gmail integration in your Outlook.com inbox. This still looks like an early test as he wasn't able to add more than one Gmail account, and switching between Outlook and Gmail accounts caused the entire page to refresh.

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