Windows Ink and Maps
1 GET DIRECTIONS
Windows Ink is also getting an update. Using a stylus, you’ll be able to draw a line between two points in Maps (probably your start and end points!) and then get instant directions between those two locations. You will also be able to use Windows Ink’s ruler tool to draw straight lines across your map.
2 GET GOING
Here are the directions for our chosen route, which we can adjust if we wish. In the new update, Clipboard will enable you to copy and paste loads of stuff between connected devices across Android, iOS, and Windows; it could be a photo, map link or text. You can then paste wherever you want.
3 SHARE IT
You can also annotate the map however you like and share it with others at will. Here we’ve drawn a map of a parade route — although it could be absolutely anything — which we can then share it with our buddies. You can use Windows Ink to add details in different colours, too, of course.