Add OneNote Mobile to your speed dial!


I *finally* got myself a Windows Mobile device, the Motorola Q, and I have to say that I love it. There are a few bugs but otherwise it is a great experience for a phone and for email and more. As you could guess I have been using OneNote Mobile a whole lot more now and it is great. I have been taking notes and leaving myself reminders and grocery lists. One thing I wanted to point out was the ability to add OneNote Mobile to your speed dial see here:

Just click Start and find OneNote Mobile and then choose Menu and then Add Speed Dial and you are done! I use this feature just for this scenario where I want to take a quick note and I just hold down 9 and bam! I am in OneNote.

Anyone have other OneNote Mobile tips & tricks? Please share them!


Comments (7)

  1. Curt says:

    I’m considering a Q–can you share what you think the strengths and shortcomings are of this particular phone?

  2. I love my Q.

    Strengths:

    o OneNote Mobile

    o IE and the dataplan

    o IMAP personal mail & Exchange work mail

    o Small and doesn’t weigh a lot

    o Bluetooth

    o Camera

    Shortcomings:

    o Battery life is weak for my usage

    o It isn’t free and you need a 2-year contract

    o Sometimes the radio/phone seems to stop working and I need to reboot the phone, but I am working on that.

    Otherwise I really do love this phone, so much better than what I had before.

  3. Curt says:

    Thanks for the feedback on the Q! I’m rapidly approaching the end of my current 2-year contract myself. 🙂

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  5. I *finally* got myself a Windows Mobile device, the Motorola Q, and I have to say that I love it. There are a few bugs but otherwise it is a great experience for a phone and for email and more. As you could guess I have been using OneNote Mobile a whol