What you need to know
- Sticky Notes received an update for Insiders in the Fast ring.
- The update brings back Ink Analysis.
- The update includes other features, including selecting text with color.
Sticky Notes has been updated to v3.7 for Windows Insiders in the Fast ring. The update brings a number of new features as well as the return of Ink Analysis. The Insider post (via OnMSFT) breaks down all of the features.
- Ink Analysis is back! There was a bad bug preventing you from getting ink insights and handwriting analysis, but we squashed it.
- Insights is better than ever! We did a bunch of bug fixing and improvements, including remembering insights across sessions and even remembering them when you go offline.
- Selecting text has never been more colorful! We decided to embrace the rainbow – try it on dark mode for an extra delightful experience.
- Various bug fixes, accessibility fixes, performance improvements.
Thanks to bug fixing and improvements, Ink Analysis has returned, and Insights have improved. These help you take a more in-depth look into your notes. Being able to highlight text in different colors is also a welcome addition. Microsoft recommends trying out the feature in dark mode to make the colors pop.
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