March , 2014
OneNote is now available for the first time and for free for Mac users. With this new update, OneNote becomes available on all platforms including: PC, Mac, Windows TabLets, Windows Phone, iPad, iPhone, Android and the Web.
Besides Evernote, OneNote is secondary to none in terms of the powerful note taking features it provides. I have been using it on my Windows 8 for awhile and I have just downloaded the Mac version today, so excited to have it on my Mac.
Here is a brief round-up of some of the things you can do with OneNote
- Create tables and charts
- Create to-do lists
- Organize your notes so that you can easily find notes you have saved
- OneNote Clipper for saving web pages to OneNote
- Use firstname.lastname@example.org for emailing notes to OneNote
- Use Office Lens for capturing documents and whiteboards with your Windows Phone
- Sending blog and news articles to OneNote from Feedly, News360 and Weave
- Easy document scanning to OneNote with Brother, Doxie Go, Epson, and Neat
- Writing notes with pen and paper and sending them to OneNote with Livescribe
- Mobile document scanning to OneNote with Genius Scan and JotNot
- Having your physical notebooks scanned into OneNote with Mod Notebooks
- Connecting your world to OneNote with IFTTT
Watch this video to learn more about OneNote
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