Windows Ink Workspace

Snip is retiring May 2018! I am feeling sad about this as it is such a quick and easy tool to capture learning. However, in looking for alternatives I have discovered the incredible features of Ink Workspace! You will find the Ink Workspace icon on your taskbar. If it is not there – right click on the task bar  and tick the ‘Show Windows Ink Workspace button

When you open the workspace you have options for inking including Sketchpad, Screen sketch and Sticky notes. Like snip – you have a range of options for sharing – see th sketchpad example below

I am missing the record audio feature that snip offered but a work around would be to print the image to OneNote and use the record Audio feature in OneNote to record information verbally.

The blog below  will help you become more familiar with Windows Ink Workspace or you might to explore inking in depth on Microsoft Educator Community website 


Windows 10 Tip: Getting started with the Windows Ink Workspace