Share your ideas or draw on screenshots with your pen in the Windows Ink Workspace.
The previous Windows Ink Workspace included Sticky Notes and Sketchpad. You can still use Sticky Notes to jot down reminders or note your ideas. To access Sticky Notes see Get started with Sticky Notes. Sketchpad is only available in older releases of Windows.
Select Windows Ink Workspace from the taskbar to open it. From here, you'll see Whiteboard and Snip & Sketch.
Press the top button on your pen once to quickly open Microsoft Whiteboard. If your Pen shortcut is not working, you might need to pair it in Settings. See Connect to Bluetooth devices to learn more.
Collaborate in Whiteboard
Whiteboard gives teams a freeform, intelligent canvas for real time ideation, creation, and collaboration when you sign into your Microsoft account. Draw, type, or add images. Stack things up and move them around. Choose your writing instrument, including a pen or highlighter. Change the size of your brush strokes even as you draw them. If your hand slips, make fixes with different erasers.
When you're done, your brainstorming sessions are saved automatically to the Microsoft cloud, so you can pick up where you left off.
Add notes to screenshots using Snip & Sketch
Open Snip & Sketch and draw on whatever you're doing on your PC at that moment, or open a previous image. All sketchpad tools are in Snip & Sketch, from Stencils to line width to sharing and exporting.
To open the Windows Ink Workspace when you click the shortcut button on your pen, go to Settings to customize what the button does. You can even set the workspace to open when your PC is locked.