How to export Sticky Notes to in Windows 10

Sticky Notes in Windows 10 is a useful tool that supports both touch and type options. Its latest version brings many UI enhancements and ability to sync your notes across devices. One such ability is to export Sticky Notes to In this guide, we will show you the method to export your Sticky notes to

Export Sticky Notes to

Sticky Notes in Windows 10 feature both writing and drawing options. Using the right set of instructions given below, you can export the handwritten or typed notes to Here’s a way!

Launch Sticky Notes app. When prompted, sign-in to access the app. If you haven’t already signed into the app, click the ‘Menu’ (visible as 3 dots) in the upper right of a note and select ‘All Notes’.

Thereafter, in the panel that opens, click the ‘Settings’ (cog wheel) and choose the Sign In option.

Once you sign in, you will notice ‘Export Notes’ option visible as a link on the Settings page. Click it!

This will automatically save notes to your Outlook account. It is not essential to have Microsoft Outlook installed on your Desktop.

Now, visit and sign in with the same account you used for Sticky Notes. There, select Settings menu and from the list of options displayed, choose ‘View all Outlook settings’.

Next, expand the ‘General’ setting to find ‘Privacy and data’ option and click on it.

You can perform one of the following actions:

  1. Export mailbox
  2. Delete history
  3. Export your search history to a .csv file

We would like to export mailbox so, select the first option as shown in the screenshot below.

Export Sticky Notes to

This process may take up to 48 hours. After a copy of your mailbox is ready, you’ll receive an email with a link to download the content of your mailbox.

This feature is not available for Office 365 accounts using Outlook on the web.

Sticky Notes is an application that has been around for many years, but it has transformed into a more modern app lately with the arrival of Windows 10 update.

Related read: How to attach Sticky Note to Outlook mail.

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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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