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Microsoft which released a new Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17063 for Fast Ring Insiders has brought lots of new features and changes. The company finally introduced the Timeline feature and Fluent Design experience to lot of other apps with the latest build.

The company based on the user feedback has made lots of improvements to the My People app for Windows 10 users in the latest Insider Build. The changes to the My People app are the result of the feedback provided by the Insiders.

The latest build brings lots of features which were requested by the Insiders along with improvements to the application on Windows 10.

One of the top requests was, users wanted to rearrange their contacts based on their preference. Microsoft having listened to the feedback, has now brought a new Drag and Drop option to the contacts. Users will now be able to drag and drop contacts to rearrange them in the task bar based on their preference. Drop of contacts out of the People flyout is also now possible with the latest build.

A new setting has been introduced with the latest build which now lets users to pin more contacts to the taskbar, maximum 10. This is a major change from the Fall Creators Update which allowed users to only pin up to maximum three contacts to the taskbar. You would need to go to Settings>Personalization>Taskbar to increase the contacts from 3 to 10.

The People icon now gets a new animation across the People icon which lets users to know when someone has been pinned to overflow list in the flyout. This addition is to improve discoverability. Users will now be able to receive emotive notifications from people pinned in the taskbar within the People flyout.

Fluent Design has now been introduced to the People flyout which brings the new acrylic design and light effects. The Redmond Giant has also improved the app discoverability with the latest build which now suggests apps that the users would be interested. This option can however be disabled if you are not willing to get notifications, by going to People settings under Settings> Personalisation> Taskbar.

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