1 pointJust finished some updates to our Windows 10 Community. I think you will enjoy some of the new features here on the Forum. Feel free to check them out! First and foremost, we have a new Leaderboard on the site. It will list both past and present members of our community who contribute to make the site better and better. Several bugs were also fixed: Fixes an issue where the "Who's Online" widget / "Online Users" page shows the wrong number of guests or the wrong date. If you load an editor that has previous auto-saved content you will now be prompted to keep or remove it Auto-saved content in the editor will now expire after 48 hours If you load an editor that has previous auto-saved content you will now be prompted to keep or remove it Escape key will now cancel quick-edit on titles If you are using multiple devices to login to a site you will be less likely to be logged out Thank you for all the support. You may now return to your normal browsing.
1 pointHello, You may probably want to re-configure Gmail with Windows 10. Setup Windows 10 Mail App Launch the mail app and click the gear icon in the lower left corner, and go to Settings > Accounts. Next you’ll see the email you use for your Microsoft Account to log in – click Add Account. That brings up a list of the most popular email services. Click the one you want to add…in this case I am adding a Gmail account. That brings up the Google login screen – enter your account and password. If you have Google Two-Factor Authentication enabled – and everyone should be using it, wait for your confirmation code and verify your account. Accept the agreement of what the Mail app will need to access from your account. That’s it! Now you will have your Gmail account available in the Mail app. Your inbox will sync, and you are good to go. Regards, Edward