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If you're new to Windows 8, you probably noticed that the OneNote app looks and feels very different from other versions of OneNote. How do you search? What happened to the menus? The new Windows is designed to avoid distracting you with commands you don't need, but all that change can be a little intimidating at first. Fear not! In this blog post, we'll teach you how to use the OneNote app from the Windows Store. These tips and tricks can be applied to most other Windows Store apps as well. If you don't have OneNote yet, download it now and follow along--it's free!
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.
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.
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.
Since the OneNote Mobile app for the iPhone made its debut in the United States in January, it has been highly ranked in both the free app and productivity categories in the iTunes App Store.
The tremendous interest in the app, combined with the passion that OneNote fans have for their favorite product, have generated a lot of great suggestions and requests. We’ve tackled some of this customer feedback in the latest update to OneNote Mobile for iPhone, version 1.1, which is available today.
Read the full blog post to learn what's new, where to download the update, and how you can post your ongoing feedback for our developers.
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Top-level baseball announcers have their work cut out for them. They have to keep track of the statistics and stories of hundreds of players, call the action as it happens on the field, and entertain and inform thousands of listeners between pitches. We spoke with Milwaukee baseball announcer, Joe Block, to see how he makes this daunting task seem so easy.
Good things always come in threes, so here's one last little blog post on this holiday topic we've been on. As you may recall, we first created a shared notebook on SkyDrive that the whole family can share. Then, we looked at how screen clippings can help you make quick and easy shopping lists for everyone on your list. Now it's time to look ahead to that next big holiday and the accompanying chimney sweeps, 12-day countdowns, and naughty vs. nice wish lists. On that last topic, read my full blog post to find out why linked notes in OneNote 2010 make holiday research a cinch!
February, the shortest month, is officially over with. As was the case last month, we've compiled a summary of our favorite OneNote posts and news to help you stay up to date. Read the full post for the February roundup of popular stories and to catch up with OneNote on Facebook and Twitter!
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.