Rather than filling up your work desk and computer monitor with physical sticky notes, you can use sticky notes app to jot down what you usually write on physical sticky notes like today’s tasks, meeting schedules and so on. Windows 10 has a built-in sticky notes you can get the most out of.
Sticky Notes is actually not a new thing. This application has been around for years since Windows Vista. But on newer versions of Windows, especially Windows 10, Sticky Notes looks better and prettier. Since Sticky Notes version 3.0 (available along with Windows 10 October 2018 Update version 1809), you can connect Sticky Notes with your Microsoft account. Guess what. You also sync your notes. It means that you can access your sticky notes across-Windows devices using your Microsoft account. You can even also access your notes via your Android device via OneNote.
Sticky Notes itself also has several keyboard shortcuts you can make use of. If you often use Sticky Notes when working, using keyboard shortcuts can help you improve efficiency. You can see the keyboard shortcuts of Sticky Notes on the PDF cheat sheet which you can download below.