Microsoft recently started A/B testing of the drawing feature
in Windows 10 Mail app. Today, the updated version of Windows
10 Mail app is widely rolling out to the Windows Insiders in
the Release Preview Ring and as well as the Fast Ring. We are
also seeing the changes live on multiple devices.
As far as we know, the update started rolling out to the users
earlier this week and it’s finally showing up on all devices
enrolled in the Windows Insider program.
The new feature in Windows 10 Mail app basically lets you draw
or scribble anything and it works on any device, including
The updated version of Windows 10 Mail app
is 16005.10325.20098.0 and you can find the changelog
“Mail for Windows 10 now supports ink! Take notes on pictures
or add a drawing using a pen or your finger. Go to
the Draw tab in the ribbon to get started,” Microsoft
- Insert a Drawing Canvas from the ribbon anywhere in
your email to add a sketch.
- Annotate any picture by drawing on or next to it.
- Use ink effects like galaxy, rainbow, and rose gold