OneNote Engineering team celebrated the launch of OneNote for Mac app by creating a parody of One Day More song from the film Les Misérables. This is a parody of One Day More from Les Misérables celebrating our recent OneNote Mac launch on 3/17/2014. It was recorded and produced by the OneNote Engineering Team. Big shout out to Nicole Steinbok (@nicolesteinbok) and Scott Snyder too for all their work on this! OneNote for Mac is a free note taking app in Apple App Store. Similar to other Office for Mac applications, OneNote for Mac has the Ribbon user interface with a variety of options for formatting and styling your notes. Your notes can be styled however you like. You can choose that special font and color you like to use for your notes, or emphasize important content with bold, underline or highlights. A picture is worth a thousand words, so we make ...

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Microsoft today updated their OneNote on Android app. It includes one of the most requested feature of allowing you to manage your sections and notebooks. This update to the OneNote app now allows you to create notebooks on OneDrive and also create and delete sections for your OneDrive notebooks. Create a new notebook Notebooks are great way of storing, organizing and managing your notes. With this update, creating a new notebook on OneDrive is a breeze. On the Notebooks list, in the top right corner, tap the overflow menu, then tap Create Notebook. Then type your new notebook name. Create a new section for OneDrive notebooks Seriously, what good is a notebook if you can’t create a section in it? Now you have the freedom to create a new section in any of your OneDrive notebooks. On the Section list, tap the overflow menu, and then tap Create Section, and name your new section. Delete ...

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Hot on the heels of releasing Office for iPad suite comprising of Word, Excel and PowerPoint, Microsoft has quietly updated the OneNote for iPad app. This app now features redesigned UI for iOS 7 and other several improvements. Photos of whiteboards and documents are now auto-cropped and enhanced. What’s New in Version 2.2: •Beautifully redesigned for iOS 7 •Photos of whiteboards and documents are now auto-cropped and enhanced •Bug fixes Key Features: • Sync your notebooks across computers and devices • Your notes look the same on all your devices including formatting and ink notes from pen enabled devices. • Bold, italicize, underline, highlight, increase indent, decrease indent – format notes the way you want • Search your notes and files for anything you’ve captured by just typing a keyword or phrase. Sync your work notes stored on SharePoint or on Office 365 with your iPad. Here are some more ...

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Last week, OneNote launched the initial version of their API. The first set of features are focused on scenarios for creating pages in OneNote: mobile app scanners, hardware scanners, save-it-for-later for newsreaders, etc. The team has already started working on the next set of features.  Here is a list of the capabilities and features that OneNote is planning to deliver over the next 3 to 6 months.  PDF Rendering. In the current API, you can create a page with a PDF attachment, but it cannot be rendered onto the page directly. This feature will enable a PDF to be rendered onto the page, making it usable directly on the OneNote page. Since PDF is by far the most popular scan format, this is particularly important to scanner scenarios. Improved error codes. Today, our error codes and messages aren’t very helpful. For example, if you missed including the office.onenote_create scope when ...

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Microsoft has finalized Windows 8.1 Update and already sharing the update images with OEMs to install in the new PCs. Microsoft itself has leaked the update via its own servers quite a few times now. Read about how to download it yourself here. In a leaked document about Windows 8.1 update Microsoft sent to OEMs, we have come to know about a new information. Microsoft is now encouraging OEMs to pre-install OneNote app. Microsoft will also pin OneNote app in the Start screen. If OEMs is not installing OneNote app, then there will be blank space in the Start screen due to the absence of the OneNote tile. Recently, Microsoft announced series of big announcements related to OneNote, read about them below. Download Now: Microsoft Releases OneNote 2013 App For Free To Windows Users Microsoft Releases Free OneNote App For Mac OS X Microsoft Announces OneNote Clipper, Easiest Way To Save ...

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Earlier this week, Microsoft released OneNote app in Mac App Store as a free app. With that release, OneNote is now available on all the platforms: PC, Mac, Windows tablets, Windows Phone, iPad, iPhone, Android and the Web. Even though OneNote for Mac app is not powerful as OneNote 2013, it is well received by the consumers. It has become the most popular free Mac app in the App Store in a single day. Surprisingly, Mac OS X update Mavericks which was released in October is now trailing behind OneNote. Also, the app has received about 600 reviews in a day and most of them are rated 4+. Its a pretty good start for Microsoft and they are “very pleased” with the customers response. Microsoft also has two more apps in the Top 10 list, they are OneDrive and Remote Desktop Connection. Source: Techcrunch ...

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Along with the major announcements about OneNote, Microsoft yesterday announced a cool new feature in OneNote service. This new feature allows you to add notes to your OneNote via email. Now, you can use any ‘Email this’ button you find online everywhere to send content to OneNote. Just use me@onenote.com as To address and your linked email address as From address. Email to OneNote is a great way to forward receipts, travel itineraries or documents that you want to keep track of from your mailbox. If you’re on the run and want to send yourself a quick to do, it’s hard to get faster than writing up a quick mail. Or, if you’re in an app, and want to remember what you’re seeing, you can do so quickly by sharing via email. To get set up just visit the email settings page and select the addresses from which you would like OneNote ...

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Microsoft OneNote team today made some significant announcements. The announcements include free OneNote app for all Windows 8/Windows 7 customers, releasing new OneNote for Mac, new OneNote Clipper service, new Office Lens app for Windows Phone devices. Along with all these, there is a hidden gem called OneNote Service APIs. This is a REST API that allows you to create rich content in OneNote and reach millions of users who are already using OneNote, for work and life, and across Windows, Mac, Windows Phone, iOS, Android and the Web. Microsoft also announced 12 partners today, who have all successfully integrated with OneNote through our API to enhance their products and services. These partners are Feedly, News360, Weave (WP8/Win8), IFTTT, Livescribe, Doxie, Genius Scan, JotNot, Neat, Epson, Brother and Mod Notebooks. Partner apps and devices: We want to make it easy to remember things from anywhere, not just Microsoft apps. So ...

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Along with the announcement about release of free version of OneNote app for Windows and Mac users, Microsoft also announced a new service called OneNote clipper. OneNote Clipper is the easiest way to save anything on the web to OneNote with just one click. To get started, use any major browser to visit www.onenote.com/clipper and follow the instructions to add the purple Clip to OneNote button to your Favorites bar. Congratulations, now you’re all set to start clipping the web to OneNote! To clip, just browse to any webpage and click the Clip to OneNote button. Once signed in, you’ll see the actual OneNote Clipper. The Clipper will let you know that it’s sending the page to OneNote, and when it’s finished, you can click the OneNote logo to immediately view your clip in OneNote Online. All of your clips are saved to the Quick Notes section of your default ...

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Microsoft today announced that OneNote 2013 app will be available for free to all Windows 8/Windows 7 customers. Earlier, you have to buy it as part of Office 2013 suite or buy it separately for $69. OneNote is now free everywhere including the Windows PC desktop and Mac version. There are some premium features that are available to paid customers, but most of the features are available to everyone. People love OneNote 2013 on Windows. We want this awesome experience to be available to anybody, so we’ve created a free version! It’s designed for personal and school use, it’s totally ad-free and there’s no limit on how long you can use it because it’s not just a trial. For Office 365 and Office 2013 customers, we have premium features like SharePoint support, version history, Outlook integration and so on, but all the core OneNote application capabilities are available in the ...

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As rumored last week, Microsoft has today released OneNote for Mac app for free to everyone. With this, OneNote is now available on all the platforms you care about: PC, Mac, Windows tablets, Windows Phone, iPad, iPhone, Android and the Web. Similar to other Office for Mac applications, OneNote for Mac has the Ribbon user interface with a variety of options for formatting and styling your notes. Your notes can be styled however you like. You can choose that special font and color you like to use for your notes, or emphasize important content with bold, underline or highlights. A picture is worth a thousand words, so we make it easy for you to insert pictures in your notes and place them anywhere on your page. And when your notes are best organized in a table, you can easily do so with a variety of table formatting options, such as ...

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Few hours back we reported that Microsoft is planning to release next major version of Office for Mac by end of this year. The Verge today reported that Microsoft is also planning to release OneNote for Mac app this month. OneNote note taking app was released on Windows in 2003, and since then Microsoft has released 4 major versions of it. In the past few years, OneNote is facing competition from companies like Evernote. In response, Microsoft has released OneNote app for all leading mobile platforms and it is updating them regularly. The Verge also reported that Microsoft is planning to release OneNote Windows app for free. Currently, OneNote comes as part of Office 2013/Office 365 bundle and if you want to buy it separately, it costs $49.99. While its direct competitor Evernote has all the apps for free and earns revenue through premium features subscription, Microsoft might follow the ...

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Microsoft today released an update for OneNote app for Windows 8 devices in Windows Store. To celebrate and begin their transition to OneDrive in their products, they are releasing a small update to the OneNote Windows Store App for Windows 8.1 users. First of all, they have added support for over 66 new languages. Support for the OneDrive service. Rule line heights have been increased to accommodate larger handwriting.   To enable Rule Lines, bring up the page app bar (right-click the page, or swipe from the top or bottom of the screen), then select Paper.  Now you can choose between Rule Lines or Grid Lines. Now you can easily go to a note’s location from Recent Notes.  To go a note’s location, bring up the page preview app bar (right-click the page preview or swipe up), then select Go to Note’s Location. We also made accessibility improvements. Now it’s easier ...

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Ahead of the re-branding of Office Web Apps to Office Online, Microsoft has recently revamped OneNote.com. OneNote.com has now become the home for all your OneNote notebooks, either created by you or shared by someone. Also there is a new header and left hand navigation bar in OneNote Online. Get started using OneNote Web App It’s really easy to get started using OneNote on the web: Go to onenote.com, then at the top of the page, click Sign In. On the sign-in screen, enter your Microsoft account email address and password. (Note: If you don’t already have a Microsoft account, you’ll be prompted to create one.) After you’ve signed in, you’ll see a list of your OneNote notebooks and notebooks that others have shared with you—just click them to open. (Note: If you have only one notebook, it will automatically open. If you don’t have any notebooks yet, OneNote will automatically create ...

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Microsoft has quietly updated their Office Web Apps suite with a new flatter UI that is more optimized for touch screens. The new look has UI controls spaced apart than before and also offers completely flat buttons. Microsoft has also given a new header with a prominent share button on the right end. There is also a new search box in the ribbon that allows you to search “Tell me what you want to do” kind of queries. You can type bold, find & replace and more to get suggestions and select appropriate choices. There is also a new feature to add footnotes & endnotes. Tell Me We all have that Word moment when we know what we want to do, but don’t quite remember how to do it. ‘How do I apply double spacing?’ ‘How do I make this page horizontal?’ Do these questions seem familiar? Nothing to be ...

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Microsoft has updated their OneNote app for Android devices. There are lots of new features, such as the Share button support in your favorite browser, news aggregator or recipe application. Select Share and Add to OneNote, and OneNote will store the item for you and also make it available to you on all your devices. And OneNote works for a variety of content types–articles, webpages, images, videos, and files. There is also If you multi-window mode support. You can now add the OneNote Recent Widget on your Home screen and have quick access to your most recently accessed notes. Change log: • Share web content, articles, images, videos, and files with OneNote • Get to your most recent notes right from your phone’s Home screen with the OneNote Recent widget • Add your favorite page, section, or notebook to the Home screen for quick access • Multitask with OneNote in ...

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