Those of you who keep your ears to the ground for product news and updates, or who regularly read the OneNote blog, may already be aware of the latest features and functionality that can be found within OneNote, but it never hurts to recirculate this news on our blogs so that people don’t miss out!
The most recent OneNote roundup included news around the latest updates to inking, OneNote Class and Staff Notebooks, OneNote Web Clipper and more. The full article can be found on the main Office blog, but here is a summary of what’s covered.
Think with ink in OneNote for Windows 10
New key updates take inking to the next level, providing more dynamic experiences and greater control of the ink. See ink in action on our new OneNote ink website and learn how it can help you in school or in day-to-day life.
- Ink Math Assistant
- Ink Replay
OneNote Web Clipper
It only gets better and better. We updated the OneNote Web Clipper to put you in even more control of what you clip from the web. New features this month include:
- Text and image selection
- New Edge extension
Back to school with OneNote
Teachers and students alike have been using OneNote in the classroom for years to give real-time feedback with a combination of type, ink, audio recording and more. Heading into this school year, we’re excited to share with you our first wave of new experiences to help students, teachers and school administrators.:
- Learning Tools for OneNote supports more languages and themes and is now generally available
- OneNote Class Notebook updates and general availability for the add-in
- Use shared iPads more effectively in the class room
- Insert PDFs and Word documents in OneNote Online