Microsoft added their own emoji keyboard in Windows 10 with the last version of Windows 10 the Fall Creators Update. Users can access this inbuilt emoji picker by pressing the Win + period (.) or Win + semicolon (;). And now it looks like Microsoft would be adding more features into this emoji keyboard to make it more and more useful in conversations on Windows 10.
In the recently released Insider preview builds, new code has been spotted by developers for the addition of the stickers to the Windows touch keyboard. Not only this these new stickers will be available for download directly from the Windows Store. The Windows Store link currently does not work but once Microsoft enables the support for stickers (which is expected to be done soon) they can be searched on Store.
Support for Stickers in the Windows 10 touch keyboard is inching closer, a Store link (doesn't seem to work yet) is present in the latest Insider build 😃
— Albatross (@thebookisclosed) April 7, 2018
There is even a code with the text “Get stickers from cloud” that Microsoft is working on that will allow users to get stickers from the cloud on the basis of your text input. Microsoft adding stickers to Windows 10 keyboard is definitely a cool addition to the list of upcoming features for Windows 10.
Microsoft has been making the Windows Store a truly universal Store for Windows as they have added various add-ins for Windows like Edge extensions, fonts, themes, books and even Windows Hardware devices. Microsoft is also preparing themselves for the upcoming cloud clipboard into the Windows 10 preview builds for Redstone 5 which Microsoft had earlier announced for the Fall Creators Update at the last year Build conference.
Microsoft has already started testing a new option called “Clipboard” in Windows 10’s settings app recently in the Redstone 5 preview build 17623. We will inform our readers more about these new features once Microsoft gives more details about them in the upcoming Windows 10 insiders builds announcement blog post.