Microsoft’s Sticky Notes testing on Android and iOS has begun
Sticky Notes integration with Microsoft’s OneNote apps on iOS and Android has officially begun being tested. Users enrolled in the relevant Beta programs should now be able to see their Sticky Notes within OneNote on their smartphones or tablets as long as the same Microsoft account is being used on each device.
Sticky Notes on Android everyone! Part of the OneNote app beta. pic.twitter.com/KoZ7yuuW3e
— Richard Hay (@WinObs) October 10, 2018
Sticky Notes is a rather simple Windows 10 app that lets users type or write notes that look like post-it notes on their desktop. The app was rather barebones at first but has recently updated and can now sync data to the cloud for cross-device functionality. The ability to view Sticky Notes notes within OneNote on iOS and Android devices should roll-out to all users in the near future as soon as all of the testing is complete.
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