Microsoft updated OneNote for iOS and Mac, just in time for back to school. Now you can access your notebooks from OneDrive for Business as well as attaching files.
You can attach audio clips, PDFs, and more and manipulate them in OneNote. This is handy for adding audio recordings to your notes to help you study. You can even attach other Office documents into your OneNote notes. Files can be previewed in the app or you can open them in their respective apps.
On an iPhone or iPad, you’ll see a new option to “Open in OneNote” from the share menu. This is how you can attach pictures and documents from other apps into OneNote.
Microsoft also updated the iOS and Mac apps to allow access to password protected sections of your notes. You’ll be prompted to enter a password when you reach a protected area in your notes.
OneNote is a great note-taking application especially now that it’s free across all your devices.
Source: Office Blogs
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