Notification Syncing between Windows 10 Mobile and PC is coming soon to Insiders

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At Build 2016, Microsoft announced that the company will be bringing Notification Syncing to Windows 10. The new feature will allow users to view their Windows 10 Mobile or Android smartphone’s notifications on their Windows 10 PC almost instantly via Cortana. Recently, Microsoft rolled out this feature to Cortana on Android and Windows Insiders running the latest build of Windows 10 can try it out right now. Now, for Windows 10 Mobile, this feature should be coming very soon.

Microsoft today released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14352 which brings notification syncing support for Windows 10 Mobile. However, Insiders will require a newer build (1435x) which the company is currently testing internally. This new build may come to Insiders tomorrow (that’s quite unlikely), but Microsoft will probably release this build next week.

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Notification syncing between Windows 10 Mobile and PC works pretty smoothly. These notifications support quick replies, as well as quick actions — which means that apps that take advantage of these features will be able to provide some sweet notifications. For example, Tweetium has quick actions and quick replies for its notifications — that means, if you get a notification from Tweetium on your Windows 10 Mobile device, it will (almost) instantly show up on your Windows 10 PC and you will be able to interact with that notification right from the Action Center.

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Notification Syncing is definitely one of the best features that are coming with the Anniversary Update for Windows 10. If you are not an Insider, you will be able to try out Notification Syncing and a bunch of other cool features that are coming with the Anniversary Update later this Summer.

Are you excited for notification syncing? Let us know in the comment section below.

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