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Capture your thoughts, discoveries, and ideas with OneNote, your very own digital notebook. With OneNote you can seize that moment of inspiration, plan that big event, or track that list of errands that are too important to forget. Whether you're at home, in the office, or on the go, your notes are available to you on all your devices.
-- Your notes… your style --
Type anywhere on this free-form canvas and easily rearrange and move your content to any place on the page. Style your notes as you wish. Make your notes bold, italicized, or colorful and organize your content with tables.
-- Capture anything --
Add pictures of recipes, your PowerPoint doc or PDF for school, links to your favorite sites, and web articles for future reference. Capture it all in OneNote and add your annotations.
-- Powerful organization --
Organize your notes in a way that works best for you. Create, rename, search, sort, color code, and copy pages, sections, and notebooks to organize your content as you'd like. Keep your private notes safe.
-- Tag it --
Easily tag your notes so they stand out. Track a list of your daily to-dos, flag questions to raise after a meeting, or mark the important points from a lecture.
-- Think together --
Share your notes with your friends and colleagues, whether it's a party your planning with others or a school project you’re working on with your group. Work together in a shared notebook at the same time.
-- Always with you --
Access your notes on your Mac, iPhone, iPad and other devices. Your notes are synced to the cloud (OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, and SharePoint) making it easy to access your recipe notes on your iPhone at the store, your homework on your Mac in class, or your itinerary on your iPad during your trip.
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What's New in Version 15.32
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Microsoft OneNote was a little klugie for me at first. Could just be the learning curve. I think it may work slightly differently on a Mac or an iPad than on a Windows device. Once I really started to use it for note taking during a technical training class, I was really able to reap the benefits.
As my eyes are getting older and causing my handwriting/printing to be less legible, one of the biggest and immediate benefits is, that even if I have typos using OneNote, for the most part my notes are much more readable than my handwritten ones. I can always “edit” my OneNote notes without it looking like ants had a party on my scratch pad. Another benefit is that I can always “find” my notes in the cloud (online) with my Microsoft ID. I still take handwritten notes sometimes and I usually misplace them.
There are times when it is either not convenient or not as effective to take notes using OneNote. I know many people use their Smartphones for more and more everyday. I just don’t have the keen eyesight I need to use this "small screen" platform effectively. But on my iPad or MacBook Pro and for those times when it makes the most sense, OneNote has become a most valuable tool in my toolbox.
OneNote is awesome
At first I was somewhat skeptical when I saw someone at work use it. She told me that she used it throught college and loved it.
Since I used to keep note files (a few dozen of them) in one directory I decided to give OneNote a try. I felt that there had to be something better to keep track of notes I took from meetings or things I’m learning and don’t need often, at the same time keep them nicely organized, even my daily activites and/or weekly reports. Anyway, since I started using OneNote I have not looked back. Notes that I take in the office are easily accessible to me anywhere on any device.
I have been converted and I highly recommend OneNote to anyone who takes notes and needs to go back and refer to them often or once in a while. Keeping multiple note files in the computer is no longer, IMO, a choice because you will spend a lot of time organizing them and/or searching for specific notes. OneNote allows you to organize them from the beginning and keeps everything in one place easily searchable.
I’ve used this app for years now at this point and I love how OneNote is so seamless. It’s an instantaneous app. Last night I was working on my sermon for this morning and it was easy to have my document opened up on my phone where it was easier to copy bible verses, and then on my Macbook and watch it load up as soon as I hit that sync button so that way I could edit it easier. I love the cloud connection and the organization and optimization.
They’re also responsive. When I first started using it on my Macbook between my Windows at work, I would always have to sign in again to get it to sync here on the Mac. I submitted feedback and in less than a week, they had an update out and I didn’t have a problem with it anymore.
Microsoft and Mac should stop competing and work together, much like how Marvel and DC comics had the Amaglam universe, and just have some pretty smush that satisfies both parties.
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Mar 07, 2017
- Version: 15.32
- Size: 414 MB
- Languages: English, Arabic, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Seller: Microsoft Corporation
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Compatibility: OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor