How to add images to Sticky Notes on Windows 10

Windows 10 now lets you copy pictures or images from any website & paste them directly into Sticky Notes. This can be handy at times when you are researching or collecting data on a topic. If you are interested in knowing how to insert pictures inside Sticky Notes on Windows 10 v 1903 or later, read further.

Add pictures to Sticky Notes on Windows 10

Sticky Notes is a Universal Windows Platform (UWP) app which comes bundled with Windows 10. The app is equipped with many unique features, not supported on the classic Desktop app. To insert pictures inside Sticky Notes on Windows 10, you’ll have to-

  1. Create a new Note
  2. Access ‘Add Image’ button.

See the steps to add images to a sticky note on Windows 10.

1] Create a new Note

add pictures to sticky notes

Assuming you have the latest version of the Microsoft Sticky Notes app, which currently is v3.6.71.0, running on your system, launch the app and click on the ‘+’ icon to create a new Sticky Note.

2] Access ‘Add Image’ button

Now, click the ‘Add Image’ icon visible at the bottom of the note. You can now add pictures to Sticky Notes. The new design also has a tray to help you quickly find and organize your notes.

After you click on the ‘Add Image’ icon, select an image.

Then, click the Open button.

When you confirm the action, Sticky Notes will instantly add the desired image, and you will see it attached to the note.

Now, if required, you can right-click the image to access the context menu with options to-

  • View
  • Save
  • Delete image.

Add pictures to Sticky Notes on Windows 10

Microsoft has not specified the limit of the images you can attach to Sticky Notes. So, you can add multiple images and sync them across devices.

Hope you like this small tip!

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The author Hemant Saxena is a post-graduate in bio-technology and has an immense interest in following Windows, Office and other technology developments. Quiet by nature, he is an avid Lacrosse player. Creating a System Restore Point first before installing a new software, and being careful about any third-party offers while installing freeware is recommended.

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