Today, Microsoft has reported that they intend to help Google Calendar and Contacts for Outlook 2016 for Mac in the not so distant future. Standpoint for Mac as of now works with your Gmail record to deal with your email, however this refresh marks the first run through a Gmail client can deal with a contact database and a Microsoft programming timetable section. .
- Standpoint for Mac has since quite a while ago bolstered your association and administration of Gmail. With these updates, Outlook now likewise matches up your Google schedule and contacts. The experience will be fundamentally the same as what you are utilized to in Outlook today, with help for all center activities -, for example, including, erasing, altering time and area.
The inward Quick Member will be the first to check your Google Calendar and Contacts match up on Outlook 2016 for Mac with a referral beginning today. After a series of audits and input, Microsoft says Google Calendar and Contacts support will come to Office 365 clients utilizing Outlook 2016 for Mac.
At the point when the refresh is sent to all clients, bolster for Google Calendar and Contacts will make the Mac programming equal to the iOS adaptation and Android for Outlook benefit clients.
Microsoft is likewise arranging new email highlights for Gmail clients:
- Up until this point, a considerable lot of Outlook's ideal and most exceptional email highlights are just accessible to individuals with Outlook.com, Office 365, or Exchange email addresses. With these updates, you'll likewise have the capacity to exploit a portion of the propelled highlights of Outlook with your Gmail account, including unified Inbox and wealthier encounters for movement and transportation reservations. across the board. Extra propelled highlights will be accessible as we reveal these updates all the more broadly.
You can read more about getting to up and coming changes sooner here. The present Outlook news after the presentation of Touch Bar bolster on Office applications on the new MacBook Pros two weeks back.