Microsoft is rolling out a useful new feature for the Sticky Notes app for users on the Fast Ring. Users will be able to quickly hide and display their entire collection of Sticky Notes straight from the jump list in Windows 10, which can be accessed from a right click on the task bar or start menu.Windows 10 Sticky Notes app gets Jump Lists support with latest Insider update
We’re not seeing it on our end just yet, so it seems Microsoft is making this a gradual rollout for the time being. The new feature is the result of frequent user feedback, as noted on Microsoft’s Sticky Notes Twitter account:
Sticky Notes is rolling out a new feature to Insiders Fast! In 3.7.68, we have added back a quick way to show or hide all opened notes, via the jump list! 🙌 Right click on the icon in the task bar to bring up this menu. You asked and we listened, thanks for the great feedback. pic.twitter.com/JjGS13adHM
— Sticky Notes (@stickynotes) September 25, 2019
Microsoft has made other recent changes to Sticky Notes in recent months. Last month, the company introduced localized naming in markets where English isn’t the primary language. The company also brought back Ink Analysis for handwritten text recognition recently as well.
What do you think of the new jump list options for Sticky Notes? Feel free to share your thoughts on the additions as well as what you’d like to see in the future in the comments area below.