At CES today, Google has uncovered some new features that will be arriving for Assistant this year. These include Read It - a webpage reading feature, Scheduled Actions, new privacy controls and more.
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Microsoft has once again shared the changes it made to the Microsoft 365 suite of products over the past month. Many of the changes were mentioned at Ignite, like the new dark mode for OneNote 2016.
Microsoft has shared a new video detailing the creation of Sticky Notes, the note taking app bundled with Windows 10. The company details features, limitations, and platform availability.
It's been an interesting week for Microsoft, with a couple game-related leaks ahead of E3, a new 20H1 build for the Fast ring, and the arrival of Edge Dev on macOS. Be sure to catch up below.
Microsoft has released another update to its Sticky Notes app for Windows 10, fixing some bugs that bring back insights, adding colorful text selection, and bringing some performance improvements.
Microsoft announced today that Windows Insiders on the Skip Ahead subset of the Fast ring are getting Sticky Notes version 3.6, which lets users add images to their notes, like on the web.
Microsoft released the year's first Insider Preview build yesterday. However, users began noticing that the build broke Sticky Notes. The company has acknowledged the issue and a fix is on the way.
Microsoft is continuing to make improvements to its Sticky Notes service, as you can now add images to your notes through OneNote Online. The feature isn't live in the UWP app just yet.
Microsoft is now rolling out its last major update for Microsoft Launcher for 2018, which includes support for Sticky Notes, Tasks from Outlook and To-Do, Cortana voice activation, and more.
Today, Microsoft is rolling out Sticky Notes version 3.1 to all Windows 10 users running the October 2018 Update (ver 1809) or higher. The update brings with it dark mode and performance improvements.
Microsoft updated its Launcher app in the beta channel on Android today, bringing the version number to 5.1. It includes a number of new features, such as support for To-Do and Sticky Notes.
Microsoft continues making big bets on its Sticky Notes platform, and this time the company is teasing support for images in an upcoming update to the Windows 10 version of the app.
Today, Microsoft announced that Sticky Notes is rolling out worldwide on the web. Part of OneNote Online, you can use it to view the notes that you've synced from your PC or mobile devices.
Microsoft today rolled out version 3.1 of its Sticky Notes application to Skip Ahead Insiders. The app gives you the choice between light and dark themes, or it will reflect system settings.
Microsoft has officially started rolling out cross-platform syncing for Windows 10 Sticky Notes, which will show up on your Android phone through the latest version of the OneNote app.
As was suspected, Microsoft confirmed this week that it's going to let Sticky Notes fly out of the coop, and will be making apps for Android and iOS. OneNote integration is also slated for release.
Sticky Notes 3.0 is now beginning to roll out to everyone with Windows 10 PCs running the April 2018 Update (version 1803) or higher. The release is expected to complete in the next few days.
After teasing the app update for weeks, Microsoft is finally allowing Windows Insiders on the Skip Ahead subset of the Fast ring to test out Sticky Notes 3.0, which has tons of new features.
Another week, another stack of Microsoft news to go through. Quite a few gaming tidbits, some of the usual Insider Preview builds, and a fair number of app updates. Be sure to catch up via our guide.
In the last round of teases for the upcoming update to the Windows 10 Sticky Notes, Microsoft announced that the app will now sync notes across devices and group notes in a billboard.
Yet another week's gone by, and yet more interesting news has surfaced from Redmond. Insider previews galore, app updates, and even some free games to claim. All that and more in the guide below.
Microsoft has been teasing a major new update for the Windows 10 Sticky Notes app, but it looks like that's not all the company has up its sleeve, as mobile apps are reportedly on the way.
Microsoft quite recently teased the upcoming version 3.0 of its UWP Sticky Notes app. Now, more details regarding the update have been revealed, including new accessibility features, and more.
Microsoft has begun teasing a major upcoming update to the Windows 10 Sticky Notes app, which will bring along a dark theme. The new version will hit Insiders in the Skip Ahead ring first.
The Sticky Notes app for Windows Insiders has been updated to 188.8.131.52. The new version brings interesting new features like the ability to change font size and an improved color picker UI.
Microsoft today updated its Sticky Notes app for Windows Insiders that are on the Slow ring, adding a number of minor new features, such as a brighter accent color for the note that's in focus.
The OneNote Class Notebook add-in has received a few improvements in the latest update. It now supports other grade scales, expands LMS / SIS integration with Skooler and Canvas, and more.
Microsoft updated its Sticky Notes app for Windows 10, adding the ability to create a new note from the jump list, support for kaomojis, and a number of other feature improvements.
Microsoft announced today that it's releasing an update for the Sticky Notes app for Windows Insiders on the Fast ring. The new update features the ability to strike text, and more.