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OneNote for Android update: Do more in less time

The recent OneNote for Android update is all about getting more things done in less time. Check out the newest features to help you capture anything to OneNote and access your notes faster.

Add anything from anywhere

In today’s busy world, we use phones to discover a lot of information to capture and reference later, such as an article on a favorite sports star, a recipe for an amazing dessert, a poster of an interesting-looking bartending class, or an important file shared by a colleague. OneNote is great for storing all your information, and now with the Add to OneNote feature, you can add what’s most important to you from any application on your Android device.

Just look for a Share button in your favorite browser, news aggregator or recipe application. Then select Add to OneNote, and OneNote will store the item for you and also make it available to you on all your devices.

Or, if you want to capture exactly what you see on the screen, you can send a screenshot to OneNote. Just take a screenshot, tap the Share option, and then select Add to OneNote.

Add to OneNote works for a variety of content types–articles, webpages, images, videos, and files.

If you use a device that supports multi-window mode, such as Samsung Galaxy S3, now you can launch OneNote in the multi-window mode and quickly capture all the relevant information for your research project to OneNote.

Notes at your fingertips

Don’t you hate it when you make others in line behind you wait while you look for the printout of your flight itinerary? Do you find yourself looking for your grocery list when you’re already at the store? We have a solution for you: Add the OneNote Recent Widget on your Home screen and have quick access to your most recently accessed notes.

Or, add the page, section or notebook of your choice to the Home screen and have all of them just a tap away.

And more…of course

We’ve fixed several issues to provide an improved experience overall, but please let us know if something still bugs you.

We’d love to hear what you think of this update. Let us know in the comments, in-app feedback or through a review in Google Play.

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5 comments
  1. I second Mr. Paul Spiteri’s comment on the S-Pen, or any pen based input for that matter. Not being able to use pen based input is the one and only thing holding me back from not only using, but promoting to my clients looking to go paperless. Without pen-based input, One-Note is not a player, Otherwise, love the improvements.

  2. I third the S-Pen comment. The ability to draw in my note books would be used and appreciated.

  3. Two things…
    1: Does it now support encrypted pages?
    2: Will it ever support the Samsung S-Pen?
    thanks

  4. Whats the quickest way of sharing the content of a webpage to onenote with these new features? When I share a webpage all I get is a link to the page

    I fourth the request for spent support that would be awesome.

  5. Another question , when you share to onenote , must the content always go to unfiled notes? Is there a way of sensing to another notebook?

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