I was in chat with Google Support, and I didn't want to miss any messages, so I pinned the window to be always on top. Here are the instructions:
- Install PowerToys by Microsoft.
- Open PowerToys from the Start menu
- Click on window that you want to always be on top.
- On the keyboard, press 🪟 Win+Ctrl+T
To deactivate the Always on Top, press the keyboard shortcut again.
Always on Top utility
A system-wide utility for Windows that allows you to pin windows to the top of all your windows.
Toggle windows to be on top
With the activation / deactivation shortcut (default: 🪟 Win+Ctrl+T), the targeted window will be placed above all non-topmost windows and should stay above them, even when the window is deactivated.
From the Settings menu, the following options can be configured:
|Activation shortcut||The customizable keyboard command to turn on or off always on top for that window.|
|Do not activate when Game Mode is on||Prevents the feature from being activated when actively playing a game on the system.|
|Color||The custom color of the highlight border.|
|Border thickness (px)||The thickness of the highlight border. Measured in pixels.|
|Play a sound||Toggle playing of a short alert chirp. Activating and deactivating use different sounds.|
|Excluded apps||Add an application's name, or part of the name, one per line. (e.g. adding