This movie will focus on the Sticky Notes app, which is part of the Ink Workspace. You can sketch or take notes freehand using a pen stylus and the Sticky Notes app. Using a feature called "Insights", Cortana can recognize handwritten information in a Sticky Note and pass that information to other apps, allowing you to send email messages or create reminders from information in a Sticky Note.
- [Voiceover] Let's get into the apps…that can be found in the Windows Ink Workspace,…starting with Sticky Notes.…Now, first I'm gonna go into the start menu,…and I wanna scroll through the list of all apps,…where you will see an app called Sticky Notes,…and this is the same app that…you'll find in the Ink Workspace.…In previous versions of Windows,…there was a different app called Sticky Notes…tucked away inside of the Windows Accessories folder.…That app is now gone, replaced by this one.…So you could launch it here from the start menu,…but we wanna talk about the Ink Workspace,…so I wanna launch it from there.…
I could get to the Ink Workspace…by clicking on the icon here in the taskbar,…or if you have the button set up on your pen,…you can click on the button to open up the Ink Workspace,…then you can tap on Sticky Notes…and we can start working with it from here.…So, it starts by giving me a single Sticky Note,…and this is where I can take some notes.…Now I can move and resize this note.…You can use the mouse, you can use touch controls,…
- New Cortana commands
- Interface changes
- Using Edge browser extensions
- Pen and Ink Workspace
- Update Maps app