Sticky Notes For Windows Will Integrate With OneNote

Sticky Notes is a simple note-taking application built into Windows. The application is growing by having the ability to recognize numbers, addresses and support cloud backup with a Microsoft account. Most recently, Sticky Notes will be integrated with OneNote.

For those who don't know, Sticky Notes on Android and iOS have been integrated into OneNote for several years. Perhaps with many people not using the OneNote app, Microsoft plans to incorporate Sticky Note into it. Even when merged, Sticky Notes can still stick to the Windows desktop with the new Dock option or launch it by pressing Win + Alt + S.

Microsoft also updated this application so that it can run simultaneously with other applications. For example Word and Sticky Notes side by side. Most interesting to me is, Sticky Notes can now be a Windows screenshot manager. In this application there is a screenshot shortcut that when pressed it will be saved in the note along with the source. Like from which app and which website.

As a Sticky Notes user, this is an update I really appreciate. This feature will be rolled out to everyone after testing is done. For now only users of Windows Insider version 2402 (Build 17328.20000) and above can use it.

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