Sticky Notes app gets new stock ticker and flight info support on Windows 10 Insider
If you’re running a Windows 10 Insider machine, particularly one that supports pen input, then you’ve likely been able to give the Sticky Notes app a try or two. The app is a small one that basically lets you take quick notes–think of it as Post-It notes for your Windows 10 PC. Today, we learn that the Sticky Notes app on Windows Insider Fast Ring machines is getting an update enabling stock ticker and flight info from Bing.
New feature in Sticky Notes for Fast ring Windows Insiders. Jot down a flight number or $tock ticker to quickly get the latest info via Bing
— Matt Akers (@skipdeez) June 3, 2016
Microsoft Senior Program Manager Brandon LeBlanc followed up with a quick tweet that provides a demo of the functionality:
Write down a stock or flight number in a Sticky Note and it'll pull down info from Bing! w00t! pic.twitter.com/zfJhYcTkcx
— Brandon LeBlanc (@brandonleblanc) June 3, 2016
So there you have it. Go hit update on your Windows 10 Insider machine and see if it’s shown up for you yet. Then, give the new functionality a try and let us know in the comments what you think of it.Further reading: Apps, Microsoft, Sticky Notes, update, Windows 10, Windows 10 Insider