Microsoft OneNote For iOS and Mac Updated With New Features For Business and School

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Today, Microsoft announced updates for its OneNote application on iOS and Mac OS X. 

The update, which is available starting today and is focused on business and school, improves on the updates that were released in May making it the best choice for users to stay organized and take notes. 

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The most notable new feature is OneDrive for Business support on Mac OS X. Users can now access all of their notebooks stored in OneDrive for Business or SharePoint Online (on Office 365) directly on their Mac. 

On both iOS and Mac, users can now insert PDF files into their notebooks, view password protected files, and move pages and organize you notebook how ever you want. 

“On iPad or iPhone you can insert pictures or documents you receive in Mail or other apps by selecting ‘Open in OneNote.’ That way, even on the go, you are never losing track of important documents relevant to the project you are working on within OneNote.”

On Mac OS X, users now have the ability to share individual pages via email while keeping the HTML formatting. On iOS, users will have a new streamlined experience allowing them to access files across OneDrive and OneDrive for Business a lot faster. 

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Here is a full list of new features available in today’s update:

On Mac OS X:

– OneDrive for Business – Open or edit notebooks saved to OneDrive for Business, or create new ones too.

– Insert Files – You asked, we listened. Now you can insert files into your notes, open them with a double-click, and easily share them using AirDrop.

– Protected Sections – Now you can lock or unlock password-protected sections created in OneNote for Windows.

– PDF Printouts – Add a PDF printout to any notebook page, then add your own notes.

– Organize Notebooks – Now you can move pages and sections anywhere you want in OneNote.

– Email Page as Message – Share your notes with others, and they’ll see it just like it appears in your notebook.

On iOS:

– Insert Files – You asked, we listened. Now you can insert files into your notes, open them with a double-tap, and easily share them using AirDrop.

– Protected Sections – Now you can lock or unlock password-protected sections created in OneNote for Windows.

– PDF Printouts – Add a PDF printout to any notebook page, then add your own notes.

– Organize Notebooks – Now you can move and reorder pages and sections, and manage subpages.

– Formatted Text – Copy and paste formatted text between applications – whether it’s an article from Safari or a document in Word, any content you paste into OneNote will look great!

– Creating Notebooks – Now you can create notebooks and save them to OneDrive for Business. Have multiple accounts? No problem! It’s easy to select exactly where you want to store your new notebook.

Microsoft OneNote is available as a free download on iPhone, iPad, and Mac OS X from their respective app stores. 

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