How to Integrate iCloud and Gmail in Windows 10 Mail App

 
You can integrate iCloud in Gmail and Windows 10 Mail App. Mail App on Windows 10 avails a settings tool which facilitates you access and utilize Gmail, iCloud, Exchange, etc accounts from the same interface.

 

Microsoft has renovated The Mail app in the recent OS in terms of its appearance, with an addition of some additional elements of customization, plus clear interface for the users as well as some extra inclusions to the app makes it a proper look. And also as per the users expectations, the app also provides you the chief functions like forward, drafts and saving signature with every email and such more things. So, one such contribution of the app to its users is they can now integrate Gmail, Outlook, Office 365, iCloud, etc with their Mail app. If you are a local user in Windows 10, you need to assign your Microsoft credentials to use the Mail app followed by going through the below steps. So, with this piece of information let us begin the procedure and integrate iCloud and Gmail in Windows 10 Mail App.

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How to Integrate iCloud and Gmail in Windows 10 Mail app

1. First of all, you need to bring the Mail app on your screen. And to make it happen spread the Start Menu and execute a click on Mail app.

Mail app from the Start

2. If you have opened the Mail app first time, a window will ask yo to fill up your Microsoft account credentials. Hence, login into the Mail app with your Microsoft account’s email id and password. Click Get Started button at the bottom.

Sign in with Microsoft Account

3. The Mail app will now be visible with all its function keys. Now, to integrate Gmail and iCloud to the Mail app, click Settings symbol.

Settings button of the Mail app

4. A Settings fly-out on the right sidebar of the Mail app pops up. Click Accounts.

Accounts button of the Mail app

5. Under the Accounts fly-out section click Add account button.

Add account button

6. Now, pick up Google and iCloud one at a time from the list.

Add Gmail account

7. Provide the details of your iCloud and Gmail accounts respectively.

Gmail id and password

8. Click Accept button and wrap up the process.

Accept button

9. Lastly, click Done button after the account is successfully added.

Gmail in Windows 10 Mail App

10. You can now see three different accounts at one place, called Mail app.

Gmail integrated with Mail App

Complete the above mentioned steps and then view the emails from iCloud and Gmail in Windows 10 Mail App itself. You don’t require to login to individual account separately. This feature saves your time and makes thing easily accessible. Well, not only Gmail and iCloud, you can add any account you see in the list. Try out this feature and let us know how fare this integration turned out!!!

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