The Gmail app for Android is about to get a little more inclusive.
Google has started rolling out an app update, which brings support for Microsoft Exchange accounts, so your work and personal messages can live together. Now, when you set up an email address within Gmail for Android, you’ll see a new option to add an Exchange account alongside existing options for a Google, Yahoo, Outlook.com, or another personal email address. From there, sign in with your Exchange credentials, set your account options, and voila.
The update comes after Google last week refreshed its Inbox by Gmail app with a more streamlined events feature, “glanceable” newsletters, and an easy way to save links in an effort to help you “feel more in control” of your ever-expanding inbox.
Meanwhile, Google also on Monday started rolling out a handy change for Drive on the Web. If you use Chrome, you can now get a notification from Drive in your browser when someone shares a file with you, or requests access. To enable this feature, head over to your Drive settings, click Notifications, and choose the option to get notifications on the Web. You can also opt to get Drive notifications on your mobile device or email.
For more, be sure to check out PCMag’s review of Google Drive and 31 Google Drive Tips You Can’t Afford to Miss.