Send Personal, Handwritten emails from your Surface Pro 3:
Update 11/09/14 – This functionality doesn’t appear to be working in Windows 10 version of OneNote App. We tested it on 3 devices.
Do you love that you can handwrite meeting notes, to-do lists, and annotate pictures on your new Surface Pro 3?
So, do I!
With the Surface Pen and OneNote functionality built into the Surface, I now take all my meeting notes with it – it’s really quite handy 🙂
But did you know that you can also send handwritten emails from your Surface Pro 3? – yes indeed, you can!
Here is how you send handwritten emails:
- Make sure you have the Windows Mail App configured with your email address.
- Open OneNote and write your message
- From Charms menu (swipe from the right), select Share
- Choose Send an email
- The Mail App will open with your default address in the From field – you can choose which email address you want to send it from by tapping the drop-down arrow.
- Type in the recipient address
- Tap send
The recipient’s email will look something like this:
Pretty cool, eh?
I thought so. I mean, you have to go through the extra step of writing the email out in OneNote but it’s so easy to send from there that I don’t think it’s an issue.
By the way, you can send just about anything this way, i.e.screen captures, marked up maps, or whatever else you like.
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