Back in August of 2018, Microsoft started focusing a lot on Sticky Notes in Windows 10. The company first started by bringing it to mobile devices, and then later made it accessible from a browser through OneNote.
Since then, Microsoft has been adding a number of features to Sticky Notes to make it more powerful than before. And it’s soon going to integrate Sticky Notes to Outlook on the web.
Microsoft today announced that Sticky Notes will soon be integrated into Outlook for the web. The feature will start rolling out next month to all Office users, and it will offer similar features to Sticky Notes on other platforms.
That means you will not only be able to view your Sticky Notes, but you will also be able to create and edit these notes. And because Sticky Notes now supports online sync, these notes will sync across all your other devices, too. It’s pretty neat.