Evidence suggests that Microsoft will introduce drag-and-drop functionality to the taskbar in the Windows 11 feature update coming this fall. At the Galaxy Unpacked 2022 event, some media found that Microsoft plans to integrate the Your Phone function in the taskbar so that Windows 11 users can quickly view the recently opened applications on the phone.
Building on the existing “Apps” feature (which allows users to open their Android apps on Windows ), the “recent app” feature in the Your Phone app will be integrated into the existing taskbar, making it easy to access recent phone usage 3 applications.
As you can see in the screenshot above, an icon for the Your Phone app will appear on the right side of the taskbar, next to options like WiFi or Audio. Currently, Your Phone’s taskbar toggle can only manage three recent apps, but Microsoft will improve the integration in future releases. This feature is only available on select Samsung devices and is being rolled out to the Windows Insider community.
To try out the new features of Your Phone app, just tap ^ on the taskbar in the lower right corner. In the flyout window, you can launch the app or access recent apps directly from the desktop. You can also manage recent apps through the “Recently Used” section, which currently shows the three most recently used apps. This feature will also start rolling out to Windows 10 PCs in the coming weeks.