Latest Sticky Notes update brings back Ink Analysis

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Sticky Notes 3.7 update brings back Ink Analysis
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Sticky Notes v3.7 is officially out for all users running Windows 10 April update or newer.

Sticky Notes v3.7 fixes bugs from previous versions

The new version comes after almost a month of testing in the Windows 10 Fast Ring, and it seems that Microsoft, along with its Insiders, finally shaped the new features.

Speaking of features, one of the biggest is the return of Ink Analysis, which had some bugs and issues in previous versions. It seems like the time spent in the Fast Ring solved the problems and now it’s good to go.

If you didn’t know already, Ink Analysis is a Sticky Notes feature that allows the tool to recognise text in handwritten notes.

Sticky Notes v3.7 also includes the following changes:

  • Insights is better than ever! We did a bunch of bug fixing and improvements, including remembering insights across sessions and even remembering them when you go offline.
  • Selecting text has never been more colorful! We decided to embrace the rainbow – try it on dark mode for an extra delightful experience.
  • Various bug fixes, accessibility fixes, performance improvements.

You can download the update via the Microsoft Store.

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