If you thought that My People is still a bit rough around the edges in the Fall Creators Update, Microsoft has been listening to user feedback to take the feature to the next level.
MSN Winks, a feature to send loud cartoon emoji to your friends, looks to be making a return in My People under the name “Shoulder Taps”.
Hey there everybody, it’s me Cody, OnMSFT where today I’ll be showing you my intro into the next major stage of Windows 10’s evolution. Those who have been following the Windows Insider Program extra closely will know that is isn’t the first fast ring build released post the Creators Update. This is build 16184, and […]
Today, live from the Beam webcast, Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider build 16184, the first build to officially introduce My People, a new feature built into Windows to allow you to pin people to the taskbar, view multiple communication apps together in a people-centric way, and set preferred chat apps for each of your people. […]
Insiders are already toying with the app thanks to Build 16170, but only if they tinker under the Windows 10 hood to enable it first.
The new feature additions of in-app Compact Overlays, Blue Light Filter, Game Mode, 3D Paint and slew of Edge browser improvements to list a few, are still only half the story of the Creators Update with the other half of tantalizing features left somewhere in the deep recesses of its development rooms.
Dona Sarkar and the Windows Insider team have announced that the Windows 10 people experience will be delayed until after Creators Update.