Microsoft is testing a native dark mode for OneNote on Windows 10.
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OneNote will soon let you make custom tags and better organize your notes.
Microsoft 's OneDrive app is getting improved whiteboard scanning features.
Microsoft brings Sticky Notes to the web via OneNote.
Sticky Notes is getting a full-on dark theme on Windows 10.
Microsoft is rolling out a number of improvements for OneNote across platforms this month.
Microsoft is integrating Sticky Notes...into OneNote. Hmm.
Microsoft has documented a nice set of new features that just arrived in the latest update to OneNote for Windows 10.
Confused why Microsoft is maintaining two different versions of OneNote on Windows? Well, that's about to end.
Microsoft's Immersive Reader is getting updated with a new Picture Dictionary feature, along with other improvements on OneNote, Word, and Outlook.
Microsoft has announced a series of educational-focused updates for OneNote that vary across platforms.
Microsoft this week is documenting a major future update to OneNote for Windows 10.
Microsoft this week began rolling out the August 2017 Feature Update for OneNote for Windows 10.
Microsoft today announced a set of updates to Microsoft Updates OneNote, OneNote Class Notebook, and Learning Tools that are aimed at improving the user experience of each.
Microsoft announced today that it has brought its Immersive Reader experience to Outlook on the web---part of Office 365 commercial---and the OneNote app for Windows 10.
Microsoft has pushed out a nice update to OneNote on iOS that offers an improved layout that is more in keeping with the look and feel of this app on Windows.
OneNote for Windows 10 received a fairly major update today with several new features, including section password support, notebook reordering, and more.
Following up on last week's OneNote posts, I thought I'd open up my own notebooks and explain how I use this product every day.
Cache is a secretive Microsoft Garage project that first leaked a few months ago. But I'm in the beta, so here's a quick peek.
Codenamed "Scribbler," Microsoft OneNote was announced at COMDEX 2002 and would ship as part of Office 2003. I've been using it ever since.
OneNote is the best note-taking solution in the world, and it's available for free for everyone. Here are a few tips for getting started.
Today, Microsoft announced several new updates for its OneNote mobile app on Android. Plus a bit of love for Windows 10 users as well.
While Mac users aren't exactly known for saving money, a recent price hike at Evernote has some users scrambling for a more affordable alternative. And now Microsoft is offering them a way out, courtesy of its OneNote Importer tool.
Windows isn't the only traditional Microsoft software that is being updated like a service: Its Office applications are as well, and this week the software giant highlighted the improvements its making to OneNote in July.
Yesterday, I received two related emails: One, from Evernote, explained that my free account was about to become a lot more limited, and that I'd need to pay for features I'd been getting for free. The second was from Microsoft, providing a solution to my Evernote problem.
Not sure why this took so long, but Microsoft now has a OneNote Importer utility that will import your Evernote-based notes into the software giant's completely free Office-based solution.
Microsoft has released an update to its OneNote mobile app that supports iOS 9 as well as features unique to the upcoming iPad Pro and Apple Pencil.