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Today, we're releasing an update to the OneNote app in the Windows Store. It introduces a couple of brand new features and offers a few fixes. Many of you wanted better pen customization while drawing and handwriting, as well as the ability to quickly flip between customized pens. Now you can do both with the updated app. Read on to learn more and download the update.
OneNote is available for all kinds of devices: laptops, iPads, Windows Phone, Android…and now for Windows 8 touch devices. See how OneNote has been re-imagined in this live demo.
Click read more below to view entire webinar or watch the trailer now:
What you will learn at Tuesday's webinar:
Guest blogger Christina Tynan-Wood has been covering technology for decades at Family Circle and at blogs GeekGirlfriends.com and Family Circle's Momster. Her son Cole (16) is "very good at appearing to listen when he isn't paying any attention at all. Thankfully though, in this digital age, his high-school teachers tend to take a liberal attitude toward the use of technology. As long he is quietly using his tech as a study aide (not to cheat, text, or watch TV), his teachers quietly turn a blind eye.
So, to bolster my hope of someday celebrating college acceptance letters with him, I decided to teach him how to use Microsoft OneNote - in conjunction with his Windows Phone -- to improve his note taking skills."
Your crack sales team for your mobile phone company travels across the world--from London to Shanghai. Figuring out a discounted phone offer or other deals is tricky because tax rates, cultures, and lots of other things change from country to county. To save each other time, team members pass along tips by adding them to a shared OneNote notebook stored on a company SharePoint site. But how do they add new info when they're working on a plane or in a Parisian café, and then sync it later on.
Hosting your organization's OneNote notebooks in a SharePoint document library offers the advantages of organizing them in one location, and the flexibility to decide who can access them through setting permissions. The job of creating a library and configuring permissions usually falls on the shoulders of the SharePoint site administrator. This post shows you how to perform both tasks.
Instead of scratching ideas for activities on pieces of paper, printing screenshots from websites, or emailing bits of information, guest bloggers Janice Croze and Susan Carraretto organize all their summer planning research into a OneNote notebook. Janice and Susan are identical twins, work-at-home-moms, and founders of the top Mom Blog, 5 Minutes for Mom.)
One developer has a sofa in her office for quick snoozes; a tester has a pyramid made of Red Bull cans. We're working overtime and need a break. It's up to me and my co-workers on the morale committee to figure out how to relieve some stress. Since I am a self-professed Office geek, I know that OneNote on SharePoint will make a great collaboration tool. Each time one of us adds or changes the content in a OneNote notebook, OneNote will automatically save and sync the notebook on SharePoint. And, we can set up SharePoint to alert us when changes occur.
Rome, the Eternal City! I studied Latin for five grueling years, but somehow never managed to visit the Etruscan peninsula. A couple decades later, I'm going! But first I need a way to plan the trip with a bunch of friends. We could use email, but that doesn't let us collect and refine our ideas in one place. That's where OneNote on SkyDrive is super-handy.
One of the oldest recipes ever to be discovered is a 4000-year-old beer formula recorded on a clay tablet. Those brew masters would envy the ways we catalog recipes today: a scrawled family recipe on an index card, bookmarked recipes from Allrecipe.com, or the batter-splattered page of your mom's cookbook.
But how the heck do you organize them so you can find one when it's time to cook?
It's really easy. You put all of them (except for the 4000-year-old clay tablet) in OneNote. It lets you drop in screen clippings, scanned images of handwritten recipes, and even recorded reminders to go slow on the hot pepper sauce.
Our introductory webinar on OneNote was popular, but lots of you wanted to know more than the basics. In this week's webinar, you'll learn five cool things most users don't know about. We will also go over a few basics for the beginners. We start at 9:15 am Pacific Time with a Q&A to follow. Click the link below or go to http://aka.ms/offweb for more information on how to join the series.