How to enable Suggested actions on Windows 11

Here are the steps to try an early preview of the new "Suggested actions" feature on Windows 11 22H2.

Windows 11 22H2 Suggested actions
Windows 11 22H2 Suggested actions

On Windows 11 22H2, you can now enable an early preview of Suggested actions expected to arrive in October with the upcoming “moment” update. “Suggested actions” is a feature that brings up an inline menu to create a calendar event or make a phone call when you copy a date, time, or phone number to the clipboard.

For example, if you copy a phone number, the flyout would suggest making the call with Microsoft Teams or other apps. Or coping a date or time will suggest creating a calendar event, and when you choose the app, the event will create with all the information already filled in.

If you want to get hands-on with the new feature, you can use a third-party tool known as “ViVeTool” created by Rafael Rivera and Lucas on GitHub to enable the new experience on your computer.

This guide will teach you the steps to turn on the tabs feature on Windows 11.

Enable Suggested actions on Windows 11 22H2

To enable Suggested Actions on Windows 11 22H2, use these steps:

  1. Open GitHub website.

  2. Download the file to enable Suggested actions.

  3. Double-click the zip folder to open it with File Explorer.

  4. Click the Extract all button.

    Extract ViveTool files

  5. Click the Extract button.

  6. Copy the path to the folder.

  7. Open Start.

  8. Search for Command Prompt, right-click the top result, and select the Run as administrator option.

  9. Type the following command to navigate to the ViveTool folder and press Enter:

    cd c:\folder\path\ViveTool-v0.3.1

    In the command, remember to change the path to the folder with your path.

  10. Type the following command to enable Suggested Actions on Windows 11 22H2 and press Enter:

    vivetool /enable /id:34592303
  11. Restart the computer.

Once you complete the steps, Suggested Actions should now be available on Windows 11 22H2.

If you change your mind, you can revert the changes with the same instructions, but on step No. 10, make sure to use these commands: vivetool /disable /id:34592303 and then restart the device.

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