How to Use Windows 10 Sticky Notes in a Browser

I don’t know about you, but Sticky Notes has become quite an essential application for me on Windows 10, and to be completely honest, I really can’t wait for Microsoft to roll out a mobile app for Android that would provide access to my notes.

As an avid OneNote user, I find Sticky Notes a much easier to use solution, especially because it does exactly what I need it to do: it lets me create quick notes and then have them synced across my Windows 10 devices.

With support for mobile, Sticky Notes would technically bring my notes to my phone as well, and this means I’d have them around both at the office and on the go.

A mobile version of Sticky Notes is on its way, but in the meantime, Microsoft has provided users with another simple method of accessing their notes: right in their browsers.

Bringing Sticky Notes to the web has a purpose that anyone can figure out: you can see your notes by simply logging in with your Microsoft account, obviously as long as you use... (read more)

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