A button in the command bar that you will be able to use in Windows 11 to see the photos of your mobile in the gallery of the file explorer.
Microsoft wants the barrier between your mobile phone and Windows 11 laptop to be thinner than ever thanks to the addition of this new functionality that is being tested in the development channel.
We are talking about the fact that they are implementing the possibility of seeing the photos of our mobile in the gallery of the file explorer of Windows 11 with the addition of a new button.
This appears in Windows 11 Insider Build 23471: “There’s a new button on the command bar titled ‘Add Phone Photos’ that will help set up your PC so it’s ready to display these photos in Gallery,” he said. Amanda Langowski and Brandon LeBlanc from Microsoft. “Clicking this button will open a URL with a QR code that you can scan with your phone to get started.”
The mechanism behind this new feature is unknown, but Insiders might need a newer version of the OneDrive sync client to support this new capability.
Currently in preview
This provides access to the most recently captured photos and automatically syncs and displays images from mobile devices where OneDrive Camera Roll Backup is enabled.
Other novelties presented by Microsoft in this version allow Windows Insider users to separate and merge tabs within the file explorer itself.
It should be noted that these features will be gradually implemented for all preview users.