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Traveling is blogger Brad Corob's hobby--almost every weekend, he's flying somewhere new to see the sights, sample the food, visit friends, and explore new places--but travel involves a lot of work and planning. Read on to learn how he uses OneNote to prepare for upcoming trips and keep himself on track while he's on the go.
Today we're releasing another update to OneNote for the Windows Store that adds two things. First, you can now sign in with your Office 365 account so that you can easily open your work notes. Second, we’ve made it easier to dismiss the keyboard on your touch device.
I have a wish, a dream, a hope, a fantasy…that one day during a meeting at work, my team will break into a spontaneous, awesome, synchronized dance. Alas, it has not happened--yet. The closest I've been to having my wish fulfilled is a Surface Pro ad. I love it! My kids love it! We've watched it many times. Then I noticed something: This is a Surface ad, but when you watch closely it's also like an ad for OneNote. Check out the video and let us know where you've spotted OneNote.
It's always important to jot down quick thoughts when they strike, and that's why we added a new feature in the Windows Phone 8 GDR2 update. Now you can pin a new item to your start screen: Tap New note to create a new quick note. Check out this post to learn how to get the update.
We recently published a blog post on tips and tricks for the OneNote Windows store app. In it, we showed you things like how to use the radial menu and Charms bar. Check out this 1-minute video for a demo of these quick and simple tips and tricks.
As a Program Manager at Microsoft and founder of the band Bright White Lightning, Scott Snyder has a lot of computers and just as many musical instruments. Check out how Scott and his bandmates use OneNote to keep gear, songs, projects, brainstorms and gigs all in one place to stay organized and in sync.
A couple of weeks ago, we did a live, 2-hour course on getting started in OneNote 2013. It was all about getting organized, taking notes, and sharing information. If you missed it, no worries, because the recording is now available. Check out this post to learn more.
Accessing password-protected sections was one of the most requested features for the OneNote Web App. Enabling this feature allows you to access your sensitive information from anywhere. After opening a password-protected section, you can edit its contents, change the section color, create new pages, and even edit the section name.
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.
Dear Kris Kringle:
Please don't put me on the naughty list, but your long scroll of paper has to go. OneNote simplifies list-making (and saves trees too), and you can add photos and share easily since there are apps for all the elves' devices. Plus, you can keep track of your lovely wife's "honey-do" list and plan your post-ride holiday party. We'll show you all of that if you can take a few minutes off on Tuesday.
See the trailer now, or click "read more" below to view the full webinar.
What you will learn at Tuesday's webinar