OneNote Web App, cloud sync of notes, and Ribbon Hero for OneNote

Three great things are newly available. The first is that the web version of OneNote is now available to the public. Here’s the official blog post. This is something I’ve been waiting a long time for, and it nicely solves a few problems: When you want to use OneNote’s multi-user collaboration capabilities with a friend who doesn’t have…


Syncing OneNote 2007 notes across your many PCs

***update June 15, 2010*** If you have Onenote 2010, the easiest way to sync notes across PCs is to store the notebooks on SkyDrive. Either create notebooks on Skydrive at and open them into OneNote, or from your PC, use File/Share and choose Web as the method. Log in to Windows Live as directed…


OneNote 12 – Working as a team with shared notebooks

First, let me point out that Owen Braun is blogging now. He’s the lead program manager on my team responsible for OneNote. He’s got a great post up about how we now support multiple notebooks. And he’s promising a whole feature on hyperlinks… Recently I’ve had some mail from various OneNote users telling me that…


Using OneNote on two or more machines

One question I hear pretty often is: “hey, I have two machines with OneNote – how do I keep my notes in sync?” There are a lot of ways to do this. In some ways it depends on what your needs are. After all, what doesn’t? First, be certain that you have Sp1 of OneNote….


OneNote Shared Sessions

It’s been awhile since I have had time to update my blog, but it looks like I may be able to spend a little time on it for the next little while. I thought I’d try to do a series of posts on good or clever or original ways to use OneNote. Please feel free…