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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.
To download this update, simply tap on the Store tile in Windows 8, and then tap or click Updates at the top right. If you haven't installed the OneNote app from the Windows Store, you can download it here. Here's what's waiting for you:
We've spent the last few months talking with our customers, reading reviews and gathering feedback. Many of you wanted better pen customization while drawing and handwriting, as well as the ability to quickly flip between customized pens. We're happy to share that you can now do both in the updated app.
To help you get started, we've picked four default pens. As you bring your stylus closer to the screen, the radial menu indicator will pop up. Tap it to open the radial menu to see the available pens. You can customize them by navigating to the second level of radial menu and then selecting the color and thickness that suits your needs.
Once you have customized your pen, the OneNote app will remember it in a pen slot you choose. This way, you can easily flip back to your favorite pen when you need it.
Note that this feature is available only on devices that include a stylus, such as the Microsoft Surface Pro.
The OneNote app already makes it easy to access your notebooks on SkyDrive. With today's update, we're making it just as easy to access your notebooks on Office 365. This makes the OneNote app a great way to keep track of your personal and work notes in one convenient place.
When you sign in to the OneNote app with your Office 365 ID, the OneNote app will show you a list of your most recent notebooks. You can open any of them with a tap or click.
To get started, just sign in with your Office 365 account. The easiest way to sign in is to copy a link to an existing Office 365 notebook and then paste it into one of your open SkyDrive notebooks. When you open the link in the OneNote app, you'll be prompted to sign in to Office 365.
Once you're signed in, the OneNote app will use your credentials to make it easy to access your other notebooks.
If you tap or click More Notebooks you'll see list of recent notebooks for each login you've used. To open any of these, tap or click. You'll see the notebook move to the top of the list of open notebooks.
We hope you'll enjoy the improvements in this update to the OneNote app. We've received lots of great feedback from you about what you like about the app andwhat you still think needs some work, and we even found and fixed a few bugs along the way.
Our sincere thanks to all of you for helping us make the app better and better. Please keep sending your feedback and let us know how you're using the app.
Download the new version today, and don't forget to tell your friends all about OneNote!
TL;DR; - *Really* need to add printing support.
I have loved OneNote since the first version. Just upgraded wife to Windows 8 and recommended she use OneNote for some things does. Showed her all the basics, she likes it and starts putting together some work with it and then later on that night she's like "why can't I print?". I figure she just forgot how to use the Win8 Devices charm so I slide it out and sure enough you can't print from OneNote. Say what!? I personally never actually had the need to print because all my use is for digital sharing, but I was floored when I found this out and sat there with my mouth agape before apologizing to my wife for wasting her time. We ultimately just copy/pasted into WordPad, but just imagine my having to explain all of this to my non-techy wife. Not good. :P
Very nice update. What I still need though is a straight line tool & possibly even the xy axis, etc. At the moment I still have to use the desktop version of OneNote in lectures...
Pretty reasonable idea to make onenote attractive to those who have Win 8 tablets with touch support only ( like me ). I hope this will be realized soon.