OneNote at Connect() 2015

Here’s hoping you can join us today and tomorrow for Connect() 2015! This year’s Connect() hosts both live events and recorded videos. You can watch OneNote’s own Vijay Sharma in the Connecting to OneNote in the cloud with Office 365 APIs video, as he walks you through a code demo that saves and shares business contact info in OneNote…

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OneNote API for Office 365 is GA

Greetings! This is Diane from the OneNote team. In the spring, we announced preview support for personal notebooks on OneDrive for Business and SharePoint site-hosted notebooks. This enterprise support in now generally available, and brings with it some great new features! Support for Office 365 group notebooks. More about group support below. The Notes.Read.All and…

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By popular demand: "Make It Mine" notebooks, sections, and pages! (in Preview)

Hello! This is Diane on behalf of the OneNote team in Vancouver, Canada. We’re excited to announce Preview support for copying OneNote notebooks, sections, and pages on OneDrive for Business! You can copy any notebook, section, or page that you have access to, as long as the source and destination are in the same tenant. Now,…

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Create pages in the default Office 365 notebook (in Preview)

Hi all! Yan and Diane here. Yan recently added Office 365 support for creating pages in the default notebook and creating pages in named sections in the default notebook. Saving to the default notebook makes creating OneNote pages quick and easy, and your users can choose to move them later. The calls work just like the consumer APIs…

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Set up your Office 365 and Azure AD tenant

Greetings from Sharad and Diane. We’ve recently been setting up developer environments to use the OneNote API with Office 365 notebooks (in Preview). It can get pretty complicated because there are different ways to do it, so we’re hoping this post will help streamline the process for you. We focus on a couple likely scenarios,…

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Register your application in Azure AD

Hi, Sharad and Diane again. If you’re here, that means you’ve set up your Azure AD tenant. (If not, follow the steps in this post.) To use OneNote APIs with Office 365 notebooks (in Preview), you need to register an application in an Azure AD tenant that’s associated with an Office 365 subscription. The registration…

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