Over the last school year we have seen a number of fantastic updates to OneNote Class Notebooks that have made it easier than ever before for teachers and students to share work, collaborate, and achieve more within the realm of teaching and learning.
The latest round of new features and improvements have landed, and these are explained in more detail over on the Office Blog. In summary, they include:
Ink effects – Sometimes a simple color isn’t enough to get your idea across. Now you can jazz up your notes and drawings with new ink effects like rainbow, galaxy, gold and silver to make anything you write more unique and even more fun.
OneNote Web Clipper – Our OneNote Web Clipper is better than ever. We have a number of new features on our Web Clipper for Chrome, Safari, and IE to give you more control over your screen clippings before you send it into OneNote.
Sharing Notifications Email service – Never miss an important notebook edit again. For consumers using a Microsoft account, our newly improved sharing notifications means you’ll receive an email letting you know that someone has made a change to your shared OneNote notebook—helping you stay on the same page.
Click through to read all about the new capabilities to enhance inking, clipping content from the web and working with others:
Office Blog: OneNote July roundup
To whet your appetite for some of the new inking features, click on the video link in the tweet below:
— Microsoft Office (@Office) July 21, 2016