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A report by The Verge on Wednesday revealed that Microsoft is testing Gmail, Calendar and Google Drive integration on Outlook.
First spotted by Twitter user Florian B, the feature allows users to link their Google and Outlook.com accounts on the web version of the latter platform.
— Florian B (@flobo09) November 20, 2019
Though the test is in its early stages, it suggests that Outlook users could soon have direct access to their Google emails, events and documents.
Microsoft later confirmed the test in a statement to Engadget.
“We are always looking for new ways to extend the best email experience to our customers and can confirm that we’re experimenting with a small set of Outlook.com users to learn and gather feedback,” it told the publication.
Earlier this month, the company also launched an integrated app featuring Word, Excel and PowerPoint on mobile.
Feature image: Microsoft Outlook