Windows chief Panos Panay has teased a new feature on Windows 11 called Focus Sessions. While it was only a brief teaser, the feature looks pretty interesting.
Focus Sessions will have Spotify integration meaning you can pick music that you want to play during your Focus Session. The feature also has Microsoft To-Do integration, so you can pick a task from your to-do list to work on. You can also set how long you want the session to be.
Another first look from the team…#FocusSessions on #Windows11 coming soon. This has been a game-changer for me, especially with @Spotify integration #Productivity #Creativity #WindowsInsiders pic.twitter.com/HfJh4niDiS
— Panos Panay (@panos_panay) August 5, 2021
It is worth noting that Microsoft is yet to start testing Focus Sessions in its public builds of Windows 11 yet. But it seems that the company is building support for it in the operating system’s Clock app and that it should be available in the company’s upcoming desktop-based operating system in a future build.
Microsoft has in the past integrated Spotify with Xbox consoles, but this appears to be the first major effort in Windows.