How to export Sticky Notes to in Windows 10 – Guide

Sticky notes are a useful tool that supports both touch and type options in Windows 10. Its latest version brings many UI enhancements and ability to sync your notes across devices. You can now export your sticky notes to with ease. In this guide, we will show you the method to export your sticky notes to

Export Sticky Notes to

You can use Sticky Notes in Windows 10 to write and draw. If you want to export your handwritten or typed notes to, just follow the instructions below. Here’s how!

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The Sticky Notes app is available for free on the App Store. Launch the Sticky Notes app and sign in to access your notes. If you haven’t already signed in to the app, you can do so by clicking the Menu button (visible as three dots) in the upper right corner of a note and selecting All Notes.

Thereafter, go to the ‘Settings’ (cog wheel) and choose the Sign In option on the panel that opens.

After logging in, you’ll see the “Export Notes” option as a link on the Settings page. Click it!

This will automatically save notes to your Outlook account. You don’t need to have Microsoft Outlook installed on your computer to use this feature.

Visit on your computer and sign in using the same account you used for Sticky Notes. From the Settings menu, choose “View all Outlook settings.”

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

You can perform one of the following actions:

  • Export mailbox
  • Delete history
  • Export your search history to a .csv file

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

Sticky Notes has been around for many years, but it has transformed into a more modern app with the arrival of the Windows 10 updates.

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