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Since I began looking at Microsoft Office 2010 Beta feedback last year, the one question so many of you asked perhaps more than any other was "When will you release a OneNote app for the iPhone?" I'm happy to say that the time has come. OneNote Mobile for iPhone is now available on the iTunes App Store. It works on any iPhone or iPod touch running iOS 4.2 or later, and it's free for a limited time.
With OneNote Mobile, you can create and view notes and lists right on your iPhone. Create shopping lists and to-do lists, prepare for a trip or project, and take class or meeting notes without lugging around your laptop. OneNote Mobile for iPhone is also great for collecting ideas and tracking project notes, capturing ad hoc information about stuff you need to deal with at home or at work, as well as tracking activities, wish lists, gift lists — anything you can think of!
Read my full blog post for information about where to download the app, how to get started with the basics, view screenshots of sample notebooks and pages, and learn how to leave feedback and get technical support.
Meet Kelli Etheredge, teacher, mother, avid OneNote user.
She claims to be a “recovering perfectionist” with “healthy dose of procrastination." She loves biking, tennis, and playing the “Cars” game with her 5-year-old son and Scrabble with her 8-year-old daughter. Luckily for OneNote, she also loves staying organized and she relies on OneNote to help her keep her sanity amid the chaos.
We talked with Kelli about herself, her profession, and her use of the application we all know and love – OneNote. Check out the full blog post!
This week is the start of a series of blogs on OneNote users.
We talked with Leanne Marshall, the "den mother" for the OneNote engineering team, among others.
We hope to feature more of our passionate, AWESOME users as we go along. Let us know if you'd like to be the subject of a blog!
In the midst of the holidays (and all the travel and family obligations that come with them), there's something else that looms overhead for students: That nagging exam schedule.
Even in times of stress, we humans tend to stick with what we know and don't always know how to help ourselves. For this reason, we decided to cull the collective knowledge of the Web — and also do a little cold calling of professors on behalf of our student readers — to gather the best advice for studying and preparing for exams. We also sprinkled a little OneNote wisdom on top.
Read our Top 10 study tips and then share your own!
I recently chanced upon an article in Real Simple magazine, titled "Inside the God Box," an account of the author's mother and the countless scraps of notes that she had jotted down during the 20 years before she passed away.
We all have those treasures — whether it’s a birthday card, a sweet email, or an unexpected comment. Sometimes, I hear stories of OneNote being used to archive precious family memories, scrapbooks, and celebrations. Read my full blog post for inspiration on how to build even more good memories...
Over the past three weeks, we've spent some time showing you how simple it is to use OneNote 2010 to add some sanity back into your hectic holiday preparations. To bring all of these features home, we've tapped our Office Casual guru Doug Thomas, who has created a couple of videos that show off these features.
Read the full blog post to see Doug demonstrate how to create a shared notebook that you can edit with your friends, family or colleagues, and how he links his notes from OneNote to a PowerPoint presentation.
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!
Last week, you saw how easy it is to set up and share a OneNote notebook on SkyDrive. This week, let's learn more about putting that holiday notebook to good use.
I'm a big fan of prepping way ahead for the holidays. In keeping with the holiday theme, I'll show you how you can use OneNote 2010 to capture your favorite Turkey Day recipes, build shopping lists, and then share these with your friends and family. Read my full blog post to learn more.
I know it's still early, but I'm already thinking about the holidays and what an inevitable cluster it is when trying to coordinate between friends, family, and travel.
Don't get me wrong, I love the holidays. But I'm constantly thinking, "There’s got to be a better way to keep track of the chaos!" To that end, let me demonstrate how OneNote 2010 can help you manage your holiday madness. All you need to get started is a free Windows Live SkyDrive account and a shared notebook that you can access from multiple computers (and your smartphone) and share with friends and family.
Read my full blog post to watch a 1-minute video and learn how!
My favorite comments on the OneNote Blog are the ones that give me a glimpse into the interesting and creative ways my readers use OneNote to manage their busy lives. On occasion, some of those comments have crossed over into requests for technical support. While I genuinely try to find answers to such questions, the reality is that I can't always guarantee a quick solution, especially when the issue involves a specific setup or it's something that I haven't seen before.
We've built a pretty good support forum for these kinds of questions, so if you've never heard of it or you could use a reminder, read my full blog post to find out where you can get help from the experts and from other OneNote users like you!