How do you know that a particular company has heard all that its customers have to say about their products? Why, future iterations or revamps would definitely come with some of the requested features whenever possible, of course. So too, does the same line of thought apply to the OneNote, where the main goal of this app is to enable regular Joes like you and I to access our notebooks regardless of the mobile device that we are using, anytime and anywhere. Having said that, significant updates have been released to OneNote for iPhone and OneNote for Mac today.
In OneNote for iPhone, one will now have the authority to come up with new notebooks as well as sections straight in the iPhone app itself, meaning you are no longer tethered to the desktop. Office Lens has been directly built into the OneNote app, so that one can add the likes of images such as receipts or whiteboard notes straight into the notebook without any hassle.
That’s not all, however, as OneNote for Mac’s update that was introduced in April continues to remain as one of the most popular free productivity apps for Mac. The update will include new features and functions such as the ability to print, drag and drop images, copy and paste formatted content, and to use the format painter. [Press Release]
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