Windows 10 really has opened avenues for collaboration. The new Mail app has a simplistic user interface that allows users to send and receive emails at ease. Furthermore, you may use it to link multiple accounts; hence, you can have all your mail in one place! So it does not matter which popular service provider you have signed up for; all you need are the login credentials, and you are good to go.
Recently, Microsoft released the Ink support for the Mail app, and now you can even add drawings in your emails and letters. You can add this drawing either through a pen (preferably one that supports Windows Ink) or input a drawing using your finger.
In the Mail App, you can also draw over images or make notes on them. Here’s how:
The Mail app allows the users to choose the pen color, thickness, and type of pen. You can do so by clicking on the green “+” symbol present next to the pen. The drop-down menu will offer a range of thickness and colors that you could choose in your sketch.
With the Windows Mail App – happy drawing!