Microsoft is adding a new set of multitouch gestures to Windows 11 version 22H2, further improving the experience for tablet users. But I don’t believe there have been any changes to touchpad-based multitouch gestures in this release.
New multitouch gestures include:
Toggle Start. To open the Start menu, swipe up from the taskbar. You can swipe down on Start to dismiss it.
Display All Apps in Start. With the Start menu open, swipe to the left on the Pinned area to display All Apps. With All Apps in view, swipe to the left to return to the default Start menu view.
Display Recommended in Start. With the Start menu open, swipe to the left on the Recommended area to display the full Recommended list. With Recommended in view, swipe to the left to return to the default Start menu view.
Toggle Quick Settings. To open Quick Settings, swipe up from the bottom-right corner of the screen. To dismiss Quick Settings, swipe down on Quick Settings.
Tip: There’s also a common animation on Quick Settings and Notifications/Calendar (which appears, as before, when you swipe in from the right screen edge) where the interfaces follow your finger rather than just appear abruptly as before.
Switch to the previous app. swiping left or right with three fingers, which allows you to immediately switch to your most recently used app.
Snap Layouts. As noted in New in 22H2: Snap, a new Snap Layouts pane appears at the top of the screen when you move a window. This works with touch, allowing you to drag the window to the top of the screen, which displays the available layouts so you can choose one.